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Annual Report 2012


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Westover Student Accomplishments

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Heather Manella Nuzzo ’91: Teacher of the Future

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Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover; Faculty & Student Profile

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Mary McCreath Godley ’38 A Generous Gift for Faculty Support

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Endowment Investing Strategies

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Westover’s Leadership Offers A Heartfelt Thanks

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Annual Fund

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General Endowment

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Ways to Give


A Message from Ann Pollina, Head of School Westover opened with a wonderful student body of 205 students from 16 states and 17 countries. This year both students and faculty will focus their typical hard work, inspiration, and passionate dedication both in and out of the classroom around a school-wide theme for the year – human rights. We want to continue to graduate Westover women who are not only superbly trained intellectually but also capable of applying what they learned in our classrooms, fields, studios, and dorms to help make the world a better place. In times of economic uncertainty, the generous gifts on the pages that follow only solidify the theme of our “Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover”. Westover continues to thrive because of the constancy of our alumnae, parents, grandparents, faculty, and friends and their loyalty to Westover. As the graph below illustrates, this Campaign for Westover has allowed us not only to withstand a difficult economy, but to continue to grow. We would not be in this position of strength without your generous support . Westover works with vigor to empower the next generation of young women to know they can, and must, lead in ways both large and small to make this world better than they found it—and through your philanthropy to Westover you work in partnership with us to make all of this possible. On behalf of everyone here at Westover, I thank you!

Inspiring Women Campaign Endowment Comparison Campaign Endowment   comparison  

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Endowment without   campaign  

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Endowment value  

Ann Pollina, Head of School 2008

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Westover Student Accomplishments 2011-2012 Academic Year

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• 14 members of the Class in 2012 completed the Women In Science and Engineering (WISE) program, the largest group of classmates to graduate from the program its 20-year history at Westover. • As part of Westover’s Community Service Day in May, all of the School’s 200-plus students and several dozen faculty formed teams offering a day of service with 16 non-profit organizations in Greater Waterbury and other Connecticut locations. • Jessica Dierdorff ’13 auditioned and won the lead role in Educo, a short film being produced through the Columbia University’s Master of Fine Arts program. • 59 members of the Class of 2012 – the largest class in Westover’s 103-year history – received their diplomas in June, during the traditional graduation ceremony held in the School’s Quadrangle. • Alisa Tiong ’13, as the recipient of the 2012 Andy Arts Award, attended a four-week architecture program at the Pratt Institute in New York City. In 2011, Alisa participated in a summer program in architecture at New York’s Parsons The New School for Design. 3


• Proceeds from the annual Junior Class Dorcas Fair resulted in $10,000 in grants being allocated by the Class of 2013 to 25 non-profit organizations, ranging from community organizations based in the Greater Waterbury area to international relief programs. • Westover’s Swim Team placed 1st in Division III competition at the Western New England Prep School Swimming Association Championships. The team placed 2nd in the Connecticut Independent School Athletic Conference meet for the third year in a row. • Riley Boeth ’13 was one of three finalists in the sixth annual High School Poetry Prize competition, sponsored by the Poetry Center at Smith College for sophomore and junior girls in New England. • Frances Delfin ’13 and Cailee Tallon ’14 participated in the prestigious Spring Future Artist Program offered by New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, a 12-week Saturday program for gifted high school students. Frances took part in the film scholars program and Cailee was in the dance program. • With 17 teams and more than 200 participants, Westover School and Trinity Pawling School held a “mini” Relay For Life at Westover in May that raised more than $30,000 for the American Cancer Society. The event was organized as a senior class project by Katie Hedberg ’12 and Hayley Wolcott ’12. 4


• Thirty-two Westover students earned Advanced Placement Scholar Awards from the College Board in 2011. The AP Scholar Awards recognize high school students who have demonstrated exceptional college-level achievement through AP courses and exams. • The Cross Country team won the Connecticut Independent School Athletic Conference championship for the second year in a row and finished second in the New England Division III championship – also for the second year in a row. Four members of the varsity team earned All New England. • Fourteen Westover students won awards in the 2012 Connecticut Scholastic Art Competition in Hartford, including six who received gold portfolio awards and two who received gold keys that were later entered at the national level of the competition. • The School’s Varsity Squash players completed another impressive run at the US Squash High School Nationals in 2012 with a second place. The team topped off its season with a second place at the 2012 New England Squash Division B Championships. • Of the 1.5 million students who take the SAT annually, only 16,000 (or 1%) qualify as National Merit Scholars. Virtually every year, including 2012, Westover has a qualifying student- this is twice the national average. 5


Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover will strengthen our foundation and allow us to move boldly forward. Our campaign pillars are edowment and annual funds supporting  community, programs, and daily life. With your support, we are securing and enhancing our intentional community of students and faculty and our unique, forward-thinking, leading-edge programs — the very heart of our school.


“Westover has historically led the field in alumnae participation in fund raising endeavors. This remains true for our current Campaign. Because of your generosity, it has been an extraordinary privilege for us to volunteer on behalf of ‘Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover’. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!” Martha Bacon Martin '65 and David Martin, Co-Chairs of the Inspiring Women Campaign

Community

Daily Life

At Westover, community is both real and essential: things happen because we see each other. Our community is dependent upon Westover’s size and the diverse interests, backgrounds, and talents of our students and faculty. We must have the ability to remain selective, attracting the right students and faculty to our school. Westover’s historic campus and state-of-the-art facilities are vital to this community, and to the success of our academic and co-curricular programs.

The Annual Fund, our “living endowment,” touches every aspect of the Westover experience. Strength in both dollars and participation is essential to delivering a world-changing education to each and every student.

endowment for faculty support, student support & campus stewardship & sustainability: $25 million Faculty Support: $12 million • Westover was able to sustain raises for faculty during difficult economic times when other schools were not only holding pay raises, but cutting back on faculty.

The Campaign is raising funds in the following areas:

• Because of the Campaign, Westover was able to both retain and hire teachers with advanced degrees: daily life

$10 million

community $25 million

programs

2008 – 2009 = 44%

2009-2010 = 50%

2010 – 2011 = 57%

2011 – 2012 = 61%

2012 – 2013 = 63%

Student Support: $8 million

$10 million

• Westover was able to continue to serve the increased needs of our current students and reached out to middle class families who were hardest hit by the recession. • With the completion of the Campaign, we will once again be able to provide greater access to a Westover education to our neediest applicants. Campus Stewardship & Sustainability: $5 million

Campaign Progress

$37M

$45M

• Westover has maintained our beautiful, 100 year old buildings with regular maintenance of slate roofs, brick pathways, and stucco walls. • Since the completion of the solar panels on the south side of Westover’s main, historic building and on the south facing roofs of the Fuller Athletic Center and the Louise Buckley Dillingham Performing Arts Center, Westover has generated 23% of its own electricity.

annual fund: $10 million Operations • Because of the generous support of the Annual Fund, Westover has updated and renovated several classrooms throughout our historic campus, including providing the technology necessary for our “flipped classrooms”. Support from Alumnae • Despite the difficult economic climate, the amount of each individual gift to the Annual Fund increased for the fiscal year 2011-2012.

Programs Through our programs, Westover provides girls with the qualities, skills, and fearlessness needed for the 21st century. Our students are artists and athletes, musicians and mathematicians, poets and physicists—sometimes all at the same time.

endowment for program support & unrestricted purposes: $10 million Signature Programs: $5 million • Because of the support of the campaign, Westover was able to not only get in on “the ground floor” as a founding member of the Online School for Girls but was also able to fund and develop courses through our partnership with the OSG. • This year, due to the development of continued commitment to our WISE program, 22 of the 44 new 9th graders are enrolled in WISE. Since its inception, over 100 young women have graduated from our WISE program. Unrestricted Purposes: $5 million • Because of the generosity of unrestricted gifts, Westover was able to be nimble enough to develop an additional film course; a new Foundations course for all new girls, which includes public speaking, computer literacy for 2012 and library research; and enhance and expand our global exchanges.

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“One of the things I love best about teaching is that it is always changing. Every day is a chance to try something completely new, even when it is material I have taught before, a new opportunity to try to find a better, more exciting way to show students how incredible science is. Here at Westover, I am encouraged to constantly hone my craft, look for new methodolgies, broaden my teaching horizons, and venture into completely new territory.�


Heather Mannella Nuzzo ’91 – Science Department Chair & ‘Teacher of the Future’

• Joined Westover’s Science Faculty in 1996 • Named Department Chair in 2011 • Board Member of the Online School for Girls (OSG) & Westover’s OSG Coordinator • University of Connecticut, B.S. in Biological Sciences • Quinnipiac University, M.A.T. in Secondary Science Education Neither her fellow teachers nor her students at Westover were surprised when the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) selected Heather as one of 20 teachers nationwide to be part of this year’s “Teachers of the Future” program. Heather’s breadth of knowledge in the field of science, her unflagging encouragement of her students as she challenges them to do their best, and her willingness to explore new technologies to enhance time-tested teaching techniques – all are on display in every class she teaches. Those qualities have helped inspire a number of her students to pursue careers in science, just as Heather herself was inspired more than two decades ago as a member of the Class of 1991. Since Westover co-founded the Online School for Girls in 2009, Heather has been instrumental in helping to guide the first-ever consortium of all-girls schools to offer online educational opportunities for girls across the United States. Now, as an NAIS Teacher of the Future, Heather will lead an online discussion forum designed to share innovative ideas and teaching techniques, helping to transform her peers – and, in turn, inspire future generations of students – far beyond the walls of Westover.

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Finding Your Voice, Learning Through Others. Riley & Tom

“I was always one of those painfully shy people who was afraid of criticism. When I took ‘The Craft of Poetry’ with Tom last fall, it was the first time I ever showed anyone my poetry, except for my mom. Tom really helped me feel comfortable sharing my work and being ready to hear what other people thought of it.” Riley Boeth ’13 Finalist in the sixth annual High School Poetry Prize competition, sponsored by the Poetry Center at Smith College. Editor for the 2013 Lantern

Real learning occurs at Westover because the classroom environment encourages the open exchange of ideas, not just between teachers and students, but between students and their peers. Because classes are all girls, Tom said, students feel less constrained in what they have to say. “They are responding for themselves and for their peers,” he said. “There’s also a real acceptance of one another. Students who are shy soon feel comfortable to open up in a safe environment.” When Riley came to Westover as a new sophomore, she immediately noticed a difference in the classroom environment compared to that of her previous school. “There’s more give-and-take in classroom discussions. It’s okay when we get off topic and explore new ideas.”

Riley added, “Students here are more respectful of their teachers and of their fellow students. We are also less competitive.” Tom agreed. “There is a real generosity with our students,” he said. “They sincerely want their peers to do well.” At the same time, he added, the supportive atmosphere in classes such as the Craft of Poetry also allows students to develop the ability to critique one another’s work and to offer suggestions for improvement. “Students learn to see their writing as a kind of craft, which allows them to learn skills to write critically beyond just the ‘I like it, I don’t like it’ formula.” And, Riley noted, those skills carry over beyond the classroom. “The ability to listen and to respect what others have to say can be applied anywhere in our lives.”


“The reason I am a teacher is that I am a perpetual student. I love learning and I am always learning something new from my students. Very often in class discussions a student will say something that helps me see a poem in a new way, even if I have read it dozens of times before.�

Tom Juvan, English Teacher

University of Vermont, B.A. Brown University, M.A.

teaching freshman English and the electives, Craft of Poetry and Hauntings

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“I always feel proud of the continuing accomplishments of Westover’s students. The breadth of their opportunities seems endless.” Mary McCreath Godley ’38


$1 Million Gift for Faculty Support Both Mary McCreath Godley ’38 and her husband, Fred, have been loyal friends of their alma maters, Westover and Hotchkiss, throughout their lives. Their generosity has reached new heights with a recent decision to give both schools $1,000,000 each, in recognition of their belief in the importance of independent school education. Mary’s gift will provide support to the Annual Fund and will establish an endowed fund for faculty support to create long-term opportunities for professional development. This gift is the latest example of Mary’s lifelong support of Westover. Her generosity has helped to enrich the lives of students for decades. Mary’s most recent gift will continue her support of students in a wonderful way – by rewarding the faculty who teach them. • Mary’s generosity to Westover includes the landscaping of the Senior Garden, which was planted and maintained as a gift from Mary to the School three decades ago in memory of her sister Margaretta McCreath ’36. • Mary’s connections to Westover stretch back to the founding of the School; her mother, Margaretta Fleming McCreath, was a member of the Class of 1909 – the first students from St. Margaret’s School to attend classes at Westover during the spring it opened. In addition to her mother and sister, Mary’s other alumnae relatives include her two daughters – the late Margaretta Godley ’62 and Betsy Godley Spence ’67 – and another sister, the late Susanna McCreath Carter ’35, as well as an aunt and four cousins. • An Over, Mary was the Second Head of Glee while at Westover, a member of the Dramatic Club, the French Club, and played field hockey. • As a Westover volunteer, she has served as a class agent, class secretary, and reunion gift chair.

Mary McCreath Godley ’38, Ann Pollina, & Frederick Godley

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Westover’s Endowment: Diverse Investing Strategies for a Secure Future Three years ago, the Westover Finance Committee decided that it would be wise to hire an independent investment consultant to help guide our endowment investment decisions. Westover’s endowment had been invested with two investment houses, Westwood and CommonFund. Both are excellent managers, well-known in the endowment world. However, with the markets in turmoil after the economic downturn in 2007-2008, the Committee decided that it would be prudent to engage an independent consultant who would look at the universe of investment options and help us become more broadly diversified. The Committee met with eight independent advisors and was unanimous in their decision to select Clearbrook Investment Consulting from Stamford, Connecticut. We liked Clearbrook’s investment philosophy, as well as the clarity and transparency of their approach. We felt we could work well with Clearbrook’s consultants because they understood our needs and investment goals and demonstrated a genuine interest in Westover and our mission. As an example of the transparency of their approach, Clearbrook helped us understand and anticipate shifts in our investments, by creating a road map that defined recommended changes in our investments over a 12-18 month horizon. They also explained the market conditions that would support or change their recommendations. Since we started working with Clearbrook, the endowment has become more diversified. Balancing risk and return, we have reduced our overall equity exposure and invested in funds that are less sensitive to market volatility such as credit, income-oriented, and absolute return funds. Despite a tumultuous period in the markets, we have been very pleased with the endowment’s performance and the guidance that Clearbrook has provided. Among a universe of educational endowments and foundations, Westover’s endowment has performed better than other institutions across all endowment sizes. The Committee is confident that our endowment is well-positioned for long-term growth during a sustained period of economic uncertainty. Although no one can predict the future performance of markets, we believe that we have a well-constructed portfolio of investments that, in conjunction with a strong campaign and periodic adjustments, will support Westover’s financial requirements for the foreseeable future. Edith Glassmeyer Heilman '65 Member of the Board of Trustees Chair, Investment Committee


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Westover’s Leadership Offers a Heartfelt Thanks “Westover has a 100 year history of rising to the challenges of educating women, and preparing them to be the leaders of the future. Through its Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover, the School has risen to a new challenge, and our alumnae have responded with generosity and enthusiasm. Westover women have once again proved their mettle, and demonstrated their faith in the future of our School.” Louisa Jones Palmer ’54, Board of Trustees President 2003-2012

“The continued success of the Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover is important to ensure that Westover is well positioned to meet the educational and developmental needs of young women now and in the future.” Francene Young ’71, Board of Trustees President

“The generous support of the Annual Fund this past year has been invaluable and our constituents’ dedication to the School is truly inspirational. Because of our donors’ loyalty to the School, the students of today are able to enjoy the full measure of experiencing an exceptional Westover education, sound preparation for their lives, and establish enduring friendships. The Board of Governors thank you all for continuing to be terrific friends to Westover!" Katrina Rauch Wagner ‘61, Alumnae Association Board of Governors President 2010-2012

“Westover’s Annual Fund participation rate continues to be the envy of peer schools. Our board and faculty participation levels are also a testament to the hard work and dedication of our volunteers and staff. Your gift to the Annual Fund supports the day-to-day life on campus and ensures Westover’s future success. Thank you for so generously donating to the Annual Fund!” Ann Clark Priftis ’96, Alumnae Association Board of Governors President


Inspiring Women Campaign Donors

The School has received the following leadership gifts & pledges since the start of the Campaign:

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Comprehensive Leadership Gifts $100,000-$249,999 The Campaign which began in 2006 and runs through 2014, is a comprehensive campaign that encompasses gifts of Endowment and Annual Fund giving. The School has received the following generous comprehensive leadership gifts and pledges since the start of the campaign. $1,000,000+ Mr. Hugh T. Adams (FR) (d) Rosamond Seidel Clark ’37 Suzanne Searle Dixon ’49 Mary McCreath Godley ’38 G. Barrie Hogan Landry ’62 and Kevin Landry Fanny Curtis Luke ’41 Marion Scott Searle ’73 Hope Halsey Talbot Swasey ’38 Katherine Dixon Thomson ’72 Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45 (d) Sara Belcher Wardell ’60 Anonymous (d)

$500,000 -$999,999 Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 Margaret Clement Green ’65 Calista Lincoln Harder ’47 (d) The Martin and Brown Foundation Janice and Matt Meehan (P’11) Helen Angier Trumbull ’48 (P’68,’73) Diana Strawbridge Wister ’57

$250,000-$499,999 Faith Emeny Conger ’50 Adele Q. Ervin ’42 Sarah Mead Hands ’44 (d) Leslie Parker Hume ’65 Martha Bacon Martin ’65 and David Martin Caroline Watson Morong ’72 Ariane Yassukovich Wellin ’51 Anonymous

Charlotte B. Beyer ’65 Ann Cluett Burroughs ’31 (d) Christine McIntosh Coffin ’75 Nancy duPont Cooch ’37 Elisabeth Smith Golden ’65 Patricia Kelly Healy ’35 (d) Mrs. Andrew Heminway (P’74) Laura Wallace Houghton ’89 Holly Kennedy Passantino ’74 and Philip J. Passantino Margaret Velie Kinney ’54 Louisa Jones Palmer ’54 Cynthia Burdick Patterson ’60 Elizabeth McMillan Ringer ’42 Margaret Love Stevens ’49 Cassandra White Sweeney ’76 Mr. Marcelo Tortoriello and Dr. Liliana R. Yelin (P’07) Mr. and Mrs. Esam Trabulsi (P’89, ’12) Mary Maier Walker ’54 Anne Holmes White ’47 (d) Anonymous

$50,000-$99,999 Susan Clark ’71 Fred and Terri Clark (P’11) Virginia Stanton Duncan ’42 (d) Josephine Merrill Eastman ’58 Caroline Campbell Edwards ’66 Nancy May Field ’35 (d) Alison Barbour Fox ’43 Elizabeth Perry Gleason ’39 (d) Anne Newbold Godfrey ’46 Jennifer P. Gold ’87 Antoinette Walker Hamner ’69 (P’00) Christine Goodman Hayworth ’54 Edie Glassmeyer Heilman ’65 Deirdre Healy Henderson ’60 Adelaide MacMurray-Cooper ’63 Marie Louise Walbridge McChesney ’37 Ann and Ben Pollina (P’00, ’03) Louise Mead Resor ’34 (d) Nancy Johnson Weaver ’63 Elise Sweet Wylde ’61 (d) Francene Young ’71

$25,000-$49,999 Eleanor D. Acheson ’65 Linda Beard Brandi ’65 Virginia Powell Cheston ’55 Margaret Evans Dennis ’46 Rowena Summers Fenstermacher ’76 Florence Anderson Gibson ’41 (d) Jane Rovensky Grace ’35 Jean Van Sinderen Henry ’39 Hetty Euwer Knox ’49 (d) Mr. and Mrs. Nelson S. Mead (P’13) Betsy Shirley Michel ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Molder (P’80) Karen Kjorlien Phillips ’71 Adeline Bradlee Polese ’51 Mary Tremaine Soutendijk ’58 and Dirk Soutendijk Anne Wigglesworth Walker ’64

Annual Fund Leadership Gifts The School has received the following generous Annual Fund leadership gifts and pledges since the start of the campaign. Annual Fund Only

Allison Garver Caesar ’39 Collier Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Gretchen L. Cooney (P’08) Mr. Robert J. Cooney (P’08) Elizabeth McCabe Keith ’71 Kirsten Tauck Mahar ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Masao Morita (P’09) Emmy Ward Neilson ’81 Louise Hoover Neuhoff ’48 Cora Rust Owen ’28 (d) Ms. Nancy H. Pratt (FR) Mr. Robert Rousseau (P’14) Joan Johnson Stott ’59 Nancy Hoover Zeckhauser ’60 Anonymous

Endowment Leadership Gifts The School has received the following generous endowment leadership gifts and pledges since the start of the campaign. Endowment Only $1,000,000+ Mary Tate ’64 (d)

$100,000-$249,999

Hugh L. Adams (FR) (d) Dr. Amy P. Goldman (P’10) Elizabeth Huidekoper ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Radcliffe (P’08) Anonymous

$100,000-$249,999

$50,000-$99,999

Berrell Evans Street ’38 (d) Mr. Russell P. Duncan (FR) (d) The David, Helen, & Marian Woodward Foundation

Abigail Mason Browne ’61 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Flores (P ’14) Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Jay (P’10) Jane Belcher Phinney ’69 Helen Grace Spencer ’54 (d)

$25,000-$49,999 Margaret Peet Anderson ’64 Amanda Mortimer Burden ’62

Mr. William G. McKelvy (FR)

$50,000-$99,999

$25,000-$49,999 William Adamson Jr. (FR) Catharine Montgomery Hunt (FR) (d) Phoebe Taylor Biddle ’47 (d) Barbara Stine Cruice ’42 (d)

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Bequests & Planned Gifts

Some BEQUEST INTENTIONS by living alumnae COUNT towards Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover!

In accordance with the Inspiring Women Campaign guidelines approved by the Westover Board of Trustees, the following generous donors have made Planned Gifts to the School.

In order to expand opportunities for more Westover alumnae participation in our current Campaign, in October 2011 the Board of Trustees amended the existing Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover counting policy to include some bequest intentions by living alumnae. Accordingly, if you are 80 years old or more, OR you will reach your 80th birthday on or before December 31, 2014, the full face value of any bequest you make to Westover (that is verified in writing) will count towards your gift to Westover’s Campaign!

Planned Gifts Phoebe Taylor Biddle ’47 (d) Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 Ann Cluett Burroughs ’31 (d) Barbara Stine Cruice ’42 (d) Adele Q. Ervin ’42 Nancy May Field ’35 (d) Florence Anderson Gibson ’41 (d) Elizabeth Perry Gleason ’39 (d) Anne Newbold Godfrey ’46 Marim Pew Hamilton ’47 (d) Calista Lincoln Harder ’47 (d) Patricia Kelly Healy ’35 (d) Hetty Euwer Knox ’49 (d) Marie Louise Walbridge McChesney ’37 Louise Mead Resor ’34 (d) Elizabeth McMillan Ringer ’42 Berrell Evans Street ’38 (d) Hope Halsey Swasey ’38 Mary Tate ’64 (d) Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45 (d) Mary Maier Walker ’54 Ariane Yassukovich Wellin ’51 Anne Holmes White ’47 (d) (d) deceased (FR) Friend

Also, if you have your 50th or 55th reunion between now and 2014 the full face value of any verified bequest you make during your reunion year will count towards your gift to Westover’s Campaign.

Campaign Leadership Campaign Executive Committee

Campaign Steering Committee

Campaign Co-Chairs Martha Bacon Martin ’65 & David Martin

Beth Smith Golden ’65, Chair

Anita Packard Montgomery ’47

Muffie Clement Green ’65

Louisa Jones Palmer ’54

Beth Smith Golden ’65

Toni Walker Hamner ’69

Mary Maier Walker ’54

Hillary Lynch ’85

Lolly MacMurray-Cooper ’63

Sara Belcher Wardell ’60, Chair

Ann Pollina, Head of School

Martha Bacon Martin ’65

Nicky Johnson Weaver ’63

Sara Belcher Wardell ’60

David Martin

Francene Young ’71

Francene Young ’71

For the purpose of continuity, we have listed all alumnae donors by class name unless otherwise requested. If you would like to be recognized differently in future publications, kindly contact our office with your request.

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We have made every effort to insure that the information in this report is current and accurate. In the event that we have made an error, please accept our apology and contact the Development Office directly at 203.577.4646.


Annual Report 2012

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The Annual Fund 2011-2012 Summary of Annual Fund Gifts Annual Fund Constituency Total # of Donors % Participation Unrestricted Restricted Alumnae 1,316 41.5% $ 816,578 $ 191,633 Current Parents 103 54.0% $ 72,228 $ 15,575 Friends 57 4.0% $ 76,882 $ 156,100 Grandparents 29 5.0% $ 21,760 $ 500 Past Parents 145 10.1% $ 102,732 $ 20,583 Staff and Faculty 70 71.4% $ 22,758 $ 10,691 1,720 $1,112,939 $ 395,082

Total $1,008,211 $ 87,803 $ 232,982 $ 22,260 $ 123,315 $ 33,449 $1,508,021

Sales

2011-2012 Annual Fund* $1,508,020 Grandparents $22,260 – 1%

Parents of Alumnae $123,315 – 8%

Faculty & Staff $33,449 – 2% Alumnae $1,008,211 – 67%

Friends $232,982 – 16% Alumnae

Parents of Current Students $87,803 – 6%

Current Parents  

2011-2012 Annual Fund*

Friends

Grandparents Past  Parents  

Staff &  Faculty  

* including both Unrestricted and Restricted Gifts

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Giving By Class

1937 64%

AF: $4,750 Total: $4,750

Caitlin Corrigan ’91 (agent) AF: $21,430 END: $10,000 Total: $31,430

Annual Fund

Annual Fund

1928

* + Cora Rust Owen (d)

1932 50%

Caitlin Corrigan ’91 (agent) AF: $150.00 Total: $150.00

Annual Fund

Laura Oliver Williams *Ann Schwarz Grange

1934 20%

Caitlin Corrigan ’91 (agent) AF: $25 Total: $25

Annual Fund

Selina Strong Hobart

1935 33%

Caitlin Corrigan ’91 (agent) AF: $135 END: $5,000 PG: $50,000 Total: $55,135

Annual Fund

Mary Greene Hartdegen Nancy Logan Von Klemperer

Endowment

Jane Rovensky Grace

Planned Giving

Elizabeth Batcheller McCahill Betty Blair Mauk (d) *Dorothy Butler Harder (d) *Dilys Demorest Peirce Jessie Ewing Phillips Lois Fuller Hebard *Rosamond Seidel Clark *Constance Smith

Endowment

Marie Louise Walbridge McChesney

1938 69%

Dorothy Gannett West AF: $53,758 END: $201,532 Total: $255,290

Annual Fund

*Elizabeth Blodget Kent *Jane Cheever Lyman Eleanor English Whitman Dorothy Gannett West Annette Goodell Gardner *Hope Halsey Talbot Swasey Mary Harris Clark Cynthia Heffron McAdoo *Mary Hopkins Biddle *Mary McCreath Godley Mavis Moore Leyrer

Endowment

Mary McCreath Godley

Nancy May Field (d)

1939 56%

Jean Van Sinderen Henry AF: $19,742

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END: $65,066 Total: $84,808

Annual Fund

*Katharine Clarkson McDonald *Allison Garver Caesar *Josephine Grace Henry *Anna Ingersoll Roberts *Sidney Lauck Mattoon *Georgina Miller Bissell *Suzanne Perrin Kloman *Anne Rogers Hawes *Jean Van Sinderen Henry

Endowment

Georgina Miller Bissell Jean Van Sinderen Henry

1940 31%

Hatheway Minton Hasler AF: $600 Total: $600

Annual Fund

Mary Curtis Burrus *Anne Heyniger Willard *Constance Lazo Tysen *Ann Tomlinson Reed

1941 57%

Elizabeth Uhl ’78 (agent) AF: $8,500 Total: $8,500

Annual Fund

*Carol Agar Harris *Fanny Curtis Luke *Emily Detwiler Uhl *Joan Dillon Hay Madeira Jane Foote Kruse *Margaret Hillis Sowden Marian Hodges Hart *Mary-Kent Jewett Prentice Nancy Snow Leeson (d) Anne Marie Washburn (d)

1942 55%

Sonia Allen Spalding Adele Q. Ervin Maria Randall Allen AF: $23,410 END: $1,050 Total: $24,460

Annual Fund

Mary Acheson Bundy *Maria Randall Allen Sonia Allen Spalding Mary Waters Anderson *Anne Demorest Hurtt *Adele Q. Ervin *Patricia Franck Sheffield *Nancy Heimbach Claypool *Elizabeth McMillan Ringer Sally Piper Noyes *Barbara Robins Byron *Elaine Shanley Jocelyn Patricia Smith Goodyear *Lucie Taft Bard *Elinor Tomlinson Virden *Marian Vilas Reid

Endowment

Maria Randall Allen Lucie Taft Bard

1943 44%

Margery Wyckoff Baruch AF: $3,625 END: $10,358 Total: $13,983

Annual Fund

*Alison Barbour Fox Elinor Bliss Malcom *Catherine Curtis Allard Jane Darrin Williams Eleanor Frenzel Bookwalter *Harriet McCord Pattison Joan McKelvy Taft Susan Sherwin Langstaff Ruth Simonds West


Class Agent needed AF: $8,015 END: $50,000 Total: $58,015

*Sally Howard Hollaman *Gerrie (Mary) Kenefick Graves Alethea Kunhardt Walker (d) Mary Lee Lumpkin Sparks *Diana Parsons Scholle + Susan Skidmore Cox *Anne Simmons Finley Patricia Simmons Lovejoy *Mary Wilshire Mead *Barbara Wood Vilter Mai Zara James

Annual Fund

1946 50%

Ann Slaymaker O’Reilly *Margery Wyckoff Baruch

Endowment

Alison Barbour Fox

1944 42%

*Elizabeth Chick Parker *Alice Duckham Duffus Alden Duer Cohen *Margaret English von Wichman *Alison Kimball Bradford *Edith McLane Edson *Helen Minton Farley *Natalie O’Brien Conklin Yvonne Perry Segerstrom Suzanne Sayre McFarlane *Nancy Smith Lovejoy Harriet Ward Pratt Anonymous (1)

Endowment

Sarah Mead Hands (d)

1945 72%

Dorothy Tremaine Hildt AF: $9,377 Total: $9,377

Annual Fund

*Winifred Anthony Stearns *Nancy Barnes Coffin Jessie Batcheller Cogswell Anne Bowman McCourt Marie-Louise Carroll Escher *Clarissa Clement Ewing *Lucia Ewing *Nan Fullerton Shupe Margaret Hamilton Steers *Justine Harwood Laquer

Beatrice Bronson Garvan Susan Colket Rakestraw AF: $12,705 Total: $12,705

Annual Fund

*Beatrice Bronson Garvan *Susan Colket Rakestraw *Anne Corkran Nimick *Lisa Dean Moseley Margaret DeVecchi Gabriel *Margaret Evans Dennis *Mary Gibson Geer *Anne Newbold Godfrey *Karen Packard de Planque *Clare Southerland Bailey *Justine Upson Arnold

1947 70%

Patricia Foote Davidson Elizabeth King Rodiger Anita Packard Montgomery A. Maybury Viall Fraser AF: $9,040 Total: $9,040

Annual Fund

Margaret Adams Ferguson *Anne-Louise Baker Carroll *Barbara Drake Daspit *Anna Ewing Bull Jerone Godfrey Paul Susan Hill Vos

*Elizabeth King Rodiger Calista Lincoln Harder (d) *Ethel Manville Woolverton *Anita Packard Montgomery *Joan Ross Bolling Anne Savage Barnum *Susan Silliman Tracy Addiss *A. Maybury Viall Fraser *Mary Wells Jencks *Barbara Whiting Lee

1948 53%

Priscilla Lucas Stevens AF: $9,842 END: $76,118 Total: $85,960

Annual Fund

Helen Angier Trumbull *Juliet Boyd Patterson *Jean Bronson Mahoney *Martha Burdett Billings *Mary Bush Clement Estabrook *Kathleen Craig Knight Nancy Downing Touhey Cornelia Gibson Nelson *Gabrielle Hadden Claridge *Sylvia Handy Bowman *Marguerite Hoadley O’Connell *Jane Lancaster Margaret Lumpkin Keon Carita Martin Larsen *Emma Morel Adler *Julia Morrill Decker Patricia Richardson Jamison *Sheila Rorick Book *Joan Shiland Tilghman *Suzanne Spencer Garvin Stephanie Stunzi Zuellig *Thyrza Upson Christel Hedda von Goeben

Endowment

Helen Angier Trumbull

1949 55%

Nancy Lee Ballenger AF: $4,098 END: $220,000 Total: $224,098

Annual Fund

Claude Ballande Egnell *Judith Blair Green *Lois Boots Berry *Barbara Crowell Wheeler *Catherine Devine Hayden *Sheila Grainger Edee *Luigi Horne Mumford *Muriel Jacobson Novack *Pamela Jayne Miller *Salley Kennedy Fownes *Barbara Lamb Johnson *Nancy Lee Ballenger Louise Levenson *Margaret Love Stevens *Gayle Nin Rosenkrantz *Sabra Packard Cleveland Joan Peterkin Foxwell *Joan Pirie Leclerc

Endowment

Margaret Love Stevens Suzanne Searle Dixon

1950 62%

Caroline Chickering Fish Mary Wainwright Lelewer AF: $8,965 Total: $8,965

Annual Fund

*Emily Baldwin Nissley Antonia Bissell Ryan *Patty Bundy Wray *Caroline Chickering Fish *Constance Clement Leslie *Cynthia Cronkhite-Jones *Josephine Eaton Wagner *Faith Emeny Conger Maryan Fox Chapin

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Sarah Goodbody Norris *Louise Hicks Crispin *Barbara Holbrook Miltenberger *Lorna MacLean Terhune *Jane Mason Manasse *Diana Poel Stroetzel Starr Taber Eliza Taggart Davies *Frances Thomas Martin *Elizabeth Velie Bovey *Mary Wainwright Lelewer *Ronalda Whitman *L. Josephine Wood Ochoa

1951 41%

Alice Potts Wallis Glenna Vare Kalen AF: $4,525 Total: $4,525

Annual Fund

*Suzan Beard Bryant *Adeline Bradlee Polese Sarah Cook Klinkon *Daphne Drake Elizabeth Fullerton White *Constance Heckscher Wood *Anne Hoyt Hepner *Francine LeRoux Haskell *Shirley Leslie Unwin *Barbara Massey Clothier *Alice Potts Wallis *Jean Theopold Lamphere *Sarita Van Vleck *Glenna Vare Kalen *Janet West Lloyd *Ariane Yassukovich Wellin

1952 58%

Gillet Thomas Page Laura Treman Almquist Roberta Vilas Nichols Priscilla Perry Morris AF: $10,260 Total: $10,260

Annual Fund

Deborah Bennett Moore *Barbara Cates Baynard Judith Croy Stevens Miriam DeCosta-Willis *Florence Dillingham Howe *Meta Dunning Melby Cristina Falla Echeverria Barbara Farwell Bayley *Daphne Hersey Wetmore Kathleen Kelly *Pamela Miller Gerard *Ann Pew Curran Ruth Place Carr Angelica Spykman Harter *Diana Tench Stovall *Gillet Thomas Page *Laura Treman Almquist *Roberta Vilas Nichols *Roberta West Waddell *Roma Wickwire Knight *Quita Woodward Horan

1953 45%

Esther Spaulding AF: $5,575 Total: $5,575

Annual Fund

*Jean Ackerman Robinson *Elizabeth Allen Wheeler Alice Bell Reid *Sally Coxe Taylor *Dicka Hoadley DeLude Marcia McCuaig Geer *Patience Merritt Campbell *Barbara Moore Rumsey *Katharine Neiley Begien *Mary Reynolds Moser *Antonia Schildge Malone Margery Scott Johnson *Esther Spaulding *Ann Whitfield Roberts

1954 78%

Deborah Cook Siegel

Mary Maier Walker AF: $34,121 END: $1,536,952 Total: $1,571,073

Annual Fund

Lee Billings Fletcher *Marie Bowman Wengert Anne Chalfant Brown *Aldys Chapman Davis *Deborah Cook Siegel Mary-Elisabeth Coolidge Cost *Priscilla Cunningham *Patricia Evans Humphreys *Judith Fretz Thomas *Lane Fryberger Smith Bourne Gafill Morris-Buss *Christine Goodman Hayworth *Wendy Griswold Reily *Wendy Hill Merriman *Lee Imbrie Selden *Diana Jewell Bingham *Louisa Jones Palmer *Mary Anne Langdon Almquist *Mary Maier Walker Gail Miller Stoddart *Joy Peterkin Rasin *Anne Richardson Johnson Barbara Ringe Ritter Suzanne Scoble Macklin *Sandra Soule Ashley *Margaret Velie Kinney *Nancy Watson King Anonymous (1)

Endowment

Louisa Jones Palmer Mary Maier Walker Anonymous (1)

1955 60%

C. Sheila O’Connor Sevier Virginia Powell Cheston AF: $13,485 END: $200 Total: $13,685

Annual Fund

*Ann Atlee Webber *Susan Berger Sheridan *Ann Bradlee Tauchert *Susan Brown Denious *Judith Button Keyes Margaret Carr Daniel *Margo Dean Pinson *Sherry Fisher Huber *Wendy Fox Baurmeister Priscilla Gibb Wallace *Jane Hamilton Warriner Barbara Knight Toomey *Eve Naramore Skerritt *C. Sheila O’Connor Sevier *Virginia Powell Cheston M. Therese Rakestraw Pew *Jane Rawlings Odenweller *Carolyn Robbins Laflin Gretchen Schoenhof Grisanti *Nancy Schroeder Snyder *Deborah Schust Harding *Sandra Sheppard Rodgers Marie Louise Sibley Scudder *Wendy Smith Brainerd *Susan Terbell Hersey Gillian Uihlein Wigdale

Endowment

Lucie Hill Collins

1956 60%

Sara Hastings Foehl Marcy Tench Crimmins AF: $11,025 Total: $11,025

Annual Fund

*Susan Birge Isetorp *Suzanne Chapman Hutchins Bonnie Davis Gerrard *Joan Dominick O’Brien *H. Donnan Sharp Caroline Elliott Williams *Elizabeth Froment Brown *Cynthia Fulenwider Denham


*Sara Hastings Foehl Auldlyn Higgins Williams Victoria Jelke Avery Elizabeth MacReady *Linda May Smith *Susan McInnes Howard *Jane Meanor Hastings *Nancy Nicholas Hatfield *Leila Patterson Peck *Suzanne Reitz Weinstein *Jennifer Robbins Manocherian *Lucille Rundin Evans *Constance Seely-Brown Cliffe *Mary Stewart Baird *Eunice Strong Groark *Marcy Tench Crimmins *Cassandra Van Alen Ludington *Frances Welch

Florence Lincoln Short *M. Dale MacDonald Jensen *Julia MacLaren West *Lavinia Meeks *Mary Merrill Hoffman *Dorothy Milner Pease Margaret Moon Minor *Susan Nichols Wittmer Lucy Noyes *Virginia Ramsburg McElman Laura Ridder Evans *Isabella Sommerhoff Patty *Andrea Soule Graves *Diana Strawbridge Wister *Carolyn Wende Niles

1957 68%

1958 56%

Alane Gerdau Dorothy Milner Pease AF: $55,215 END: $100,000 Total: $155,215

Annual Fund

*Martha Allen Ross *Sharon Anderson Smith Cynthia Bennett Squire *Susan Bicknell Hoopes *Elizabeth Bulkley Bradley Alexandra Chappell Cole *Elizabeth Darling White *Mary Denny Scott Wray *Barbara Edwards Hicks *Elizabeth Fox Fisher *Alane Gerdau *Elizabeth Glassmeyer Treynor *Janet Haskell Spalding *Mary-Rose Hickey Cooney Gretchen Hill Kingsley *M. Birch Hincks Milliken *Varick Katzenbach Niles Georgia Kendall Sisson *Adrienne Leichtle Maxwell

Endowment

Diana Strawbridge Wister

Catherine Baird Smith Deborah French Glynn S. Elizabeth Patterson Lancaster AF: $13,400 END: $2,500 Total: $15,900

Annual Fund

*Catherine Baird Smith *Mary Brereton Frost *Anita Burroughs Fahy Sarah Carroll Herring *Peyton Chapman Horne *Grace Fletcher Brown *Deborah French Glynn *Elizabeth Green McCutcheon *Lynn Hamilton Elaine Hodges Harvey *Jane Jackson Trask *Penelope Jones Joan Lee Kremer *Lucy Lisle Murray-Brown Priscilla Machold Loeb *Martha McCormick Porter *Jane McPherson Nickerson *Josephine Merrill Eastman

*S. Elizabeth Patterson Lancaster *Deborah Morgan Luquer *Louise Munson Herring *Gail Owen Troutman *Helen Potts Palmer Helen Richards *Emily Taylor Ambler *Mary Tremaine Soutendijk *Helen Tyson

Endowment

Mary Tremaine Soutendijk

1959 48%

Pamela Eakins Wharton Margo Stratford Russell Judith Swanson Redway Mary-Clark Seymour Garfield AF: $8,563 Total: $8,563

Annual Fund

Wendy Anderson Bianchi *Laurie Blake Sawyer *Margaret Day Jones *Pamela Eakins Wharton Annette Eustis Jarman *Ann Fisher McComish *Sylvia Hibbard Herbstritt *Gretchen Holverstott Haight *Alison Lemkau Vaughn *Dorinda Miles Smith *Lillian Milner Smyser *Lily Russell Heiliger *Katharine Murphey Pell *Eleanora Patterson *Priscilla Perry Morris *Phoebe Pier Fairburn Barbara Rockefeller Bartlett *Anne Sammis *Mary-Clark Seymour Garfield *Betsy Shirley Michel *Judith Swanson Redway *Phebe Thorne *Nina Truslow McKee

1960 53%

Sara Belcher Wardell AF: $34,290 END: $318,916 Total: $353,206

Annual Fund

*Susan Behr Travers *Sara Belcher Wardell *Jan Bicknell Sargent *Cynthia Burdick Patterson *Clara Combs Moore Diana Delafield Muir Ann DiGiorgio Costigan *Deirdre Healy Henderson *Joanne Johnson Olson *Jennifer Jones *Antoinette Lapham Wheeler *Dorothy Macy Damon *Berrell Mallery *Belinda Miles Chen Kate Munson Rowe Margaret Perry Diack-Wilson *Deborah Roberts Watson Elisabeth Scott Porter *Susan Simmons Phillips Jenny Sommerhoff Haviland *Priscilla White Givan

Endowment

Sara Belcher Wardell

1961 40%

Susan Scott Webb AF: $17,604 Total: $17,604

Annual Fund

*E. Kirtland Abeles Heald *Joan Atwood Kunzelmann *Catharine Cavanagh Maslow Marcia Haight Erickson Louise Higley John *Marianna Jackson Price Kathryn Koshland Blue *Laurie Lisle Jill MacDonald Downs

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“The Annual Fund is a vital source of revenue that supports everything from new athletic uniforms to renovations of the Virginia House art studio to financial aid that makes it possible for another young girl to become a Westover student. The Annual Fund is more than that; it is a testament to the loyalty and generosity of Westover’s unparalleled alumnae. Each gift made, each phone call placed or thank you note written from a Class Agent or member of the Board of Governors is a reaffirmation of the value of Westover today more than ever.” Maura Tansley ’00 Alumnae Association Board ofGovernors Annual Fund Chair

*Abigail Mason Browne *Karen Noble *Katrina Rauch Wagner *Susan Russell Watson *Susan Scott Webb *Ann Skelly *Elise Sweet Wylde *Elise Thayer Patterson *Jannie Whitcraft Mills Linda Williams Cox Heines Schuyler Wilson Field

1962 66%

Susan Dyer Wise Cynthia Thorne Ayres AF: $81,210 END: $1,057,994 Total: $1,139,204

Annual Fund

*Ruth Barnes Fiordalis Anne Boardman Fordyce *Nancy Bristol Homer Lea Delacour Suzanne Dyer Wise Caroline Fearey Schimmel *Beatrice Frelinghuysen van Roijen Elizabeth Harbison Carole Hayes Williams Margaret Hicks Louise Hill Davis *G. Barrie Hogan Landry Catharine H. Hollister Ecton Margreta Kroll Ames *Judith Lawrence Carmany *Carol Marshall Paumgarten Candace McElroy *Michele Montgelas van der Kieft Anne Newhard Martin Martha Ramsing Zoubek Sandra Ray Holland *Susanne Roberts Wendy Rousseau Powell Katy Searle Floyd *Irene Sedgwick Briedis Pamela Shepardson Coleman

*Ann Dugdale Wick *Martha Talbot Oberlander Cynthia Thorne Ayres Cynthia Titus Powers Penn Willets Fullerton

1964 56%

Endowment

Annual Fund

G. Barrie Hogan Landry

1963 49%

Elizabeth Markham Nicholson Alison Wardrop AF: $14,145 END: $20,000 Total: $34,145

Annual Fund

*Louise Bailey Connor Marie Bannard Lockwood *Margaret Butler Miles Julie Slocum Dahlgren Mary Dobbin Greeley Susan DuVal Phipps Lucile Hannan Vaill Mary Hayward Griffith Elysabeth Higgins Miller *Nancy Higley Cudd *Catharine Holden *Nancy Johnson Weaver *Elizabeth Jones *Holly Lewis Lentini *Adelaide MacMurray-Cooper *Elizabeth Markham Nicholson *Margaret McClave Snowden *Margaret Perry Phelps Laura Pratt Gregg *Nancy Reeder El Bouhali *Jeannette Stone Reynolds Mary Summers Gulden *Mary Turner Tackett *Suzanne Wardwell Prescott

Endowment

Louise Bailey Connor Nancy Johnson Weaver Adelaide MacMurray-Cooper Elizabeth Markham Nicholson

Charlene Claypool Hansen Anne Wigglesworth Walker AF: $25,494 Total: $25,494

*Lesley Bissell Hoopes Irene Brown *Carol Cameron Von Kaenel *Charlene Claypool Hansen *Barbara Clement Stoever *Harmony Clement Spongberg *Patricia Day Perry *Jeanne Edmonds Anderson *Penelope Ferenbach Franchot *Gail Funston Wasson Katherine Hancock Stevenson *Nancy Kellogg Lightbody *Nancy Kent Henry *Deborah Lawrence *Catherine Mauk Mather Christine McArdle McGuire *Martha McCahill Cowden Jane Orr Drevo *Margaret Peet Anderson *Janet Reed Goss *Dorothy Taft Ahlgren Anne Templeton MacAskill *Helen Tremaine Gregory *Pamela Whitman *Pamela Whittemore Bell *Alison Wickwire Olivieri *Anne Wigglesworth Walker *Susan Willcox Mackay *Theodora Wilson Ely

1965 60%

Elinor Ladd Craver Polly Wingfield AF: $55,209 END: $216,869 Total: $272,078

Annual Fund

Eleanor Acheson


*Linda Beard Brandi Ann Bedell MacRae *Charlotte B. Beyer *Leslie Bryant Hume *Nancy Burkham Williams *Jane Carmody *Louise Clark Hood *Margaret Clement Green Stacey Coates *Ellen Durham Christensen Jean Emeny *Rebecca Finnell *Virginia Fox Wagenseller Louise Gardner Biggar *Edith Glassmeyer Heilman *Elizabeth Halsey Register *Judith Kuryla Huntington *Elinor Ladd Craver *Laura Maxwell Seaman Nancy Moyer Dingman *Cynthia Oakes Meketa *Judith Peterson Sappington Margaret Prentice Gordon *Minda Putman Daniell Susan Robbins *Gretchen Rogers Colby *Helen Rose King *Patrice Semenza Swanson *Elisabeth Smith Golden R. Caroline Thompson Benson *Caren Vignos Sturges *Elsie Walker *Melissa Whitcraft Mintz *Polly Wingfield

Endowment

Eleanor Acheson Leslie Bryant Hume Margaret Clement Green Edith Glassmeyer Heilman Elisabeth Smith Golden

1966 33%

Whitney Neville Harvey ’68 (agent) AF: $11,575

END: $5,000 Total: $16,575

Annual Fund

*Katherine Bader Caroline Campbell Edwards Wendy Chapman Wheeler *Monique Corbat Brooks *Mary Elizabeth Ruwell Drayton Grant (d) *Lucy Huidekoper Edson Joan Humphrey Rybczynski *Mary Kuryla Thompson *Jennifer Martin Catharine Miller deKoning Pamela Potter Reeves Elizabeth Pratt Wax *Christina Ruschp Dickinson *F. Kimberly Sartorius Mel *Emily Schabacker Anne Schulhof Butler *Katharine Tarbox McLeod *Anonymous (1)

Endowment

Caroline Campbell Edwards

1967 54%

Phyllis Dewart Greene Amy Shepard Knight AF: $9,520 Total: $9,520

Annual Fund

Linda Armour Kelly *E. Linda Baruch Leon Marcia Clay Hamilton Margot Clement Clark *M. Abbe Clement Stein Beverly Cutler *Phyllis Dewart Greene Lalla Dodge Brutoco *Elizabeth Goddard Gentry Germain Graves *Pamela Heymann Ricciardi Mari Hill Harpur

*Nora Lapham Wendel *Pamela Markham Heller *Constance McCarrens Susan McCullough Streets *Luisa Miller *Nevitt Nugent Jenkins *Madeleine Pagon Brownell *Alison Peake Ann Quarles *Galen Savage McWilliams Ruth Selden-Sturgill *Amy Shepard Knight Elizabeth Sipe *Lydia Thompson Whitehead Joan Trefsgar Tansill *Laura Uhl Doris Ulmer

1968 46%

Whitney Neville Harvey Adeline Gwynne Kurz Leigh Keyser Phillips Patricia Simonds Taylor AF: $9,679 Total: $9,679

Annual Fund

*Helen Behr Sanford *Julie Burton Barbara Chadwick *Caryn Cluett Gregg Rebecca Coates Milliken *Abigail Congdon *Natalie Conklin Susan Criswell Fiordalis *Annis Gilbert Kukulan *Cynthia Gould *Adeline Gwynne Kurz *Helen Heard Hetherington Susan Henry West *Beverly Johnson Jaques *Leigh Keyser Phillips *Cynthia Kroll Dwyer *Susan Logan Whitman Ann Markham Judd *Whitney Neville Harvey

*Augusta Off Moravec *Cynthia Perry Colebrook Dorothy Reed *Mary Rockefeller Runestad *Patricia Simonds Taylor Helen Stone Fitzgerald *Marion Thompson Murfey *Emily Thomson Williams

1969 39%

Cynthia Coggeshall Trask Elaine Rundin Starr White Snead AF: $36,000 END: $75,000 Total: $111,000

Annual Fund

Jane Belcher Phinney *Jeannette Byers *Cynthia Coggeshall Trask *Barbara Fearey West Gayle Garivaltis-James Nancy Gerrity Achilles *Charlotte Goodwin Tieken *Elizabeth Green Susan Hazard Garet Constance Hewitt Ruth Mary Ann Hurlimann Carita Kruse Polin Tracy Levine *Meredith Mandeville Hollis Deborah Melum McBee *Deborah Merrick Brisbane *Linsley Pietsch Hollace Roe Mejer Elaine Rundin *Priscilla Stevens Polk *Elizabeth Swift Mitchell *Antoinette Walker Hamner *Starr White Snead Anonymous (1)

Endowment

Anonymous (1)

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1970 38%

Dorothea Moore Margot Trotter-Davis AF: $32,683 Total: $32,683

Annual Fund

*Mary Bell *Wilhelmina Bolling Moyer *Marjorie Bradford Stanford *Annie Conant Schlafly *Teresa Connors Johnson Susan Creelman Carr Sallie Deans Lake Pamela Dodge-Peterson *Diana Drew Harbison *Pamela Gordon duPont *Susan Handy Stover *Elizabeth Huidekoper *Nancy LeSage Hellmuth Shielagh McNutt Shusta-Hochberg Susan Mohn *Dorothea Moore *Ellen Pease Sole *Katherine Pratt Alexandra Prentice Barrett Susan Root Graham Robin Tilp McManus *Margot Trotter-Davis *Olive Warner Geehr Christina Warner Mulligan

1971 29%

Shelley Sagar Payer Francene Young AF: $22,350 END: $20,050 Total: $42,400

Annual Fund

*Heather Allen Katharine Angstadt Rahe Pamela Birkins Swift *Sarah Carleton Wechsler *Susan Clark Anne duPont

Frances Fifield *Hilary Higgins Parker *Sheila Jackson Brown *Karen Kjorlien Phillips Sylvia Nestor *Kate Proctor Brooks *Nancy Reighley Cavanaugh *Shelley Sagar Payer *Lisa Stockwell *Colleen O’Rourke Carson M. Urvoas Urvek Jane Watson Stetson *Francene Young

Endowment

Susan Clark Karen Kjorlien Phillips Francene Young

1972 38%

Joan Gerster Gretchen Handy Comstock Marianne Tompkins Kassab Caroline Watson Morong AF: $21,625 END: $259,000 Total: $280,625

Annual Fund

*Amy Benson Cutting *Jane Castles Thompson Dianne Crary Annie DiSesa McHugh Katherine Dixon Thomson *Lila Leslie Foster Berris *Joan Gerster *S. Ellen Greulich Coco *Gretchen Handy Comstock Sarah Hartigan Lily Hurlimann *Margaret Johnson-Orrick Kathryn Klopfer O’Brien Karla Lawrence Keating *Amy Nickell-Willson Jean Pearce Anne Spalding

Robin Tilghman Stevens Marianne Tompkins Kassab Sarah Tremaine *Emily Uhl *Caroline Watson Morong Roberta Wingfield

Endowment

Katherine Dixon Thomson Caroline Watson Morong

1973 21%

Palmer Marrin AF: $100,112 END: $250,000 Total: $350,112

Annual Fund

*Anne Benedict McCarthy Lindsay Du Gan *Rosemary Furse Taylor *Nancy Handy Grogan *Ellen Harrington Campbell Marina Kelley *Marion Markham Abood *Palmer Marrin Mary Anne Nelson Grammer Mary Runnells *Marion Scott Searle Elizabeth Wood Crane

Endowment

Marion Scott Searle

1974 23%

Susan Boynton AF: $5,040 Total: $5,040

Annual Fund

*Susan Boynton Drucilla Frederick Gail Grueninger Hill *Holly Kennedy Passantino *Judith LeSage Grassi Tammis McMillan

Anne Montgomery MacDougall Shelby Coleman Rogerson Cynthia Travis Metzger *Alexandra von Hoffmann

1975 26%

Christine McIntosh Coffin Jessie Cogswell Tichko (agent) AF: $5,607 END: $16,100 Total: $21,707

Annual Fund

*Patricia Brown *Pamela Handy Shepley *Lynn Loveridge Kling Kristi McCarthy Robertson *Christine McIntosh Coffin Susan O’Shaughnessy Warren *Jane Scheerer Parkes Leonore Smith Cunningham

Endowment

Christine McIntosh Coffin

1976 37%

Victoria Darlington Yoder Anne Edmonson Kerr AF: $21,217 END: $13,100 Total: $34,317

Annual Fund

*Marianne Barbino Dubuque *Tamara Bettcher Walker *Diane Blackey Sullivan *Cathy Bushkoff Collins Victoria Darlington Yoder *Anne Edmonson Kerr Mihae Lee *Elizabeth Lubrano Dwyer *Katherine Montgomery *Catherine Stewart *Deirdre Sullivan *Rowena Summers Fenstermacher *Cassandra White Sweeney


Endowment

Deirdre Sullivan Rowena Summers Fenstermacher Cassandra White Sweeney

1977 42%

Rosa Gatling Williams Elizabeth Gilbert AF: $1,870 END: $5,000 Total: $6,870

Annual Fund

*Katherine Bedell Weitzel *Kathleen Brown-Carrano Juana Castanheira *Christina Coleman Owen Mary M. Duncan & Nick Gutfreund *Rosa Gatling Williams *Elizabeth Gilbert Sylvia Hyde Trevor *Katherine Kennedy Hines *Kristin Lindgren Karen Schottin Klein *Anne Spencer Holm *Amy Tauchert

Carla Skinner Malstrom *Elizabeth Uhl *Coila Worley Campbell

1979 35%

Sarah Bliss Seamans Diane Lewis-D’Agostino AF: $3,470 Total: $3,470

Annual Fund

*Caroline Barhydt Francis *Sarah Bliss Seamans *Karen Bogen *Ann Cluett Kaplan Karen Hall Nancy Hoft *Diane Lewis-D’Agostino *Eloise Lipscomb Reynolds Lyann Mannella Nancy Sommer Kasselmann *C. Elizabeth Spencer *Jodi Summit Renee Voltmann

1980 40%

Endowment

Mary M. Duncan & Nick Gutfreund

Susan L. DeSimone AF: $5,678 Total: $5,678

1978 25%

Annual Fund

Cynthia Bellamy AF: $4,020 Total: $4,020

Annual Fund

*Barbara Bell Cook *Lauralyn Bellini Cannistra Victoria Blewer *Theodosia Burr Zeleznik *Hae-Soon Hahn *Debra James Case Susan Johnson Currier *Andrea Manzi Frank *Emily Renz Barron Lynn Sheldon

Hilary Bibb Porado Julia Bradley Rowe *Blythe Burgan Davis Frederica Carpenter Elizabeth Conger *Susan L. DeSimone *Elizabeth Detwiler Gabrielle Gerstein Kalis Margot Gismondi Todaro *Carol Goldburg *Caroline Guion Schadler Judith Herdeg Wilson Susan Kerr Kerr Rogers Sarah Knowles Dent *Marjorie Molder Cook

“After a great weekend at the Board of Governors’ meeting on campus, I am even more enthused about how important giving to our Annual Fund is for the School and the students. We can all remember wonderful stories about friends and teachers during our time at Westover, and today those stories and more are being experienced by a wonderful group of girls. Our gifts are what make so many of those stories and experiences happen just as someone else’s gifts did for us! Please know that every gift counts and is immensely important.” Hilary Carpenter Lynch ’85 Alumnae Association Governor Campaign Executive Committee Member Annual Fund Co-Chair

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Margaret Perrow Lynne Pietrocola Carpenter Robin Smith Melvin Wendy Stout Sarah Tauchert Rushing Joline Thompson Douglas

1981 25%

“Giving to the Annual Fund gives me great pleasure and reminds me of my precious and pivotal time at Westover. Westover showed me the path to creativity, leadership and authenticity. My Westover years allowed me to see who I really was and encouraged me to become my best. To give back to the Westover community means I can perhaps help our future generations have the same blessings that I have.” Brooke Brown Barzun ’90

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Mary Clark Price Amanda Thacher Soares AF: $8,398 Total: $8,398

Annual Fund

Jeanne Anderson Christie *Jody Bates Bliss Martha Beretta Mainiero Lata Bhopale Williams *Anne Downey Virginia Jewiss *Sonja Lindgren *Heidi Luquer *Margaret McClellan *Laurian Pratt Fasano *Amanda Thacher Soares Margaret Thayer *Elizabeth Walker Mecke Emmy Ward Neilson

1982 44%

Christina Fahy Amy Franklin McCoog AF: $7,365 END: $150 Total: $7,515

Annual Fund

Karen Bush *Alison Chase Moore Emily Church *Robin Clisby Pelczar Sandra Draper *Christina Fahy *Amy Franklin McCoog Kate Green Pichard *Holly Gyde Costaregni

*Lee Hammett Peterson Sonja Hines Elliott Annie Hunter Tingley *Elizabeth Kaufman *Jeannette Matheson Lussi Michela McDonnell Stewart Christine Muldowney Dahl Adela Pierson-Eguilior *Claire Richards *Carolyn Scott *Vanessa Spang Barbara Troast *Louise Webber Fallon Joan Wetmore Yahn

Endowment

Kate Green Pichard

1983 15%

Natalie Callender Bagley AF: $11,326 Total: $11,326

Annual Fund

*Whitney Andrews Murphy *Robin Cruz McClearn Lilla Matheson Ohrstrom *Laura Nash Volovski *Divya Singh Lisa Tagney Whitney

1984 27%

Emily Cooke Nolan Kecia Walker Ford AF: $3,725 Total: $3,725

Annual Fund

*Virginia Cheston Spencer *Lida Cook Fay *Emily Cooke Nolan *Lucy Frost Lewis Mary-Clement Gelezunas *Hillary Huggins Fehsenfeld Maritza Moncada *Melissa Musarra

Hilary Rice Sara Russell Catherine Strong Mitchell Marjorie Summit Anzalone Mary Helen Velde Black *Kecia Walker Ford Suzanne Welch Carpenter

1985 15%

Hillary Carpenter Lynch AF: $4,685 Total: $4,685

Annual Fund

*Hilary Carpenter Lynch Kimberly Conklin *Anne Harvey Riddle Theresa Hillenbrand Hartmann Amy Maisterra Erin O’Rourke Herron Elizabeth Preston De Vos Ann Vileisis *Mary Walker Allen

1986 19%

Kirsten Tauck Mahar ’87 AF: $3,761 Total: $3,761

Annual Fund

*Nancy Aordkian Pelaez *Cavarly Berwick Garrett Heather Bullard *Shelley Conzelman Burger Kelly Cruz McCullers Priscilla Johnson Bender Allison Kase Alyssa Martin Winifred Staniford

1987 43%

Keiley Gaston Fuller Kirsten Tauck Mahar Leigh Vaule Steele AF: $39,940 Total: $39,940


Annual Fund

Katharine Bainbridge *Alice Bowdoin *Katherine Bristol *Jennifer Burlington Hague Elizabeth Charlston Dolan Melissa Collier Staniford Heather Colmore Tammy Cook Gina DelSesto Kelly Elizabeth Dunn Shiftan Elizabeth Eydenberg Kline Helen Fogarty Keiley Gaston Fuller *Jennifer Gold Roxanne Guesnon Lynle Hawkins-Struble *Erica Indelicato Wood Amy Machson-Hubbard OConnor Stephanie Maddox Bender Katharina Oberhofer Engelmayer Martha Rooney Webb *Kirsten Tauck Mahar *Leigh Vaule Steele Kathryn Yarhouse

1988 17%

Neil Patterson King AF: $713 Total: $713

Annual Fund

*Robin Ariola Eileen Gharzouzi De Lantzendorffer *Jessica Gorycki Walton Katherine Hillenbrand Crowther Deborah Jones *Neil Patterson King *Barbara Rands Valente Sloane Tomassetti Stefanik

1989 28%

Elizabeth C. Casey Laura Major AF: $10,240 Total: $10,240

Annual Fund

Lubna Abu-Osba Edith Alston McDonnell *Jane Banta Fisher *Elizabeth C. Casey *Samantha Conklin Moro *Dawn Hines Hall *Dayna Kaltman *Miriam Kubiska Zahn *Maria Leahy Miller *Laura Major *Laura Mullins Nolen Anastasia Payne Monica Rueda Williams Elizabeth Tortorella Atlan Laura Wallace Houghton

1990 20%

Jillian Evans-Beauchamp Franciscovich Alice Roche Marra Stankus Francis AF: $10,305 Total: $10,305

Annual Fund

*Jennifer Brent Andreoli Brooke Brown Barzun *Jillian Evans-Beauchamp Franciscovich *Susanna French Jennifer Geoghan Jennifer Graves Nunes Devika Singh *Marra Stankus Francis Eliza Wolcott Brown

1991 33%

Alexandra Conway Marks Maria Petrone AF: $4,222 Total: $4,222

Annual Fund

*Alexandra Conway Marks *Caitlin Corrigan Kirsten Fullerton Stephens *Lisa Glickman Green

*Pia Guido Murphy *Elizabeth Kostojohn *Michelle Kubiska Tscheppe *Heather Mannella Nuzzo *Kristin Martinkovic White *Kimberley Miller Freedman Dorothy Patterson Maria Petrone *Kyla Reynolds P’an *Meredith Shirey Lindsey Shuford Collins 
 Katherine Sredl *Charlotte Strick *Lisa Zorn Smeglin

1992 50%

Amanda Darrach Filippone Courtney Schomp Barden Pia Guido Murphy ’91 AF: $815 Total: $815

Annual Fund

Jennifer Asteris Melanie Bethel Carey Marisa Biello Shaker Sheri Bresson Elizabeth Coffin Amanda Darrach Filippone Melissa Farrington Boals *Jessica Gray Ah Young Kim Jane Murphy Randol Kerry Picket Courtney Schomp Barden Sarah Sperry Hehman

1993 13%

Heather Sherman Chirumbolo AF: $430 Total: $430

Annual Fund

Claudia Biello Macaire Carroll-Gavula *Susanne Charbonneau Carpenter

Sarah Glennon Pietragallo *Lane Newton Summers Jennifer Sabatini

1994 18% Stacy Tattar AF: $1,655 Total: $1,655

Annual Fund

*Tricia Carlson *Danielle Diaferio Scaringi Elizabeth Hansburg *Sonya Kim Heil *Alicia Lyttle-Pierce *Allison Perry Sullivan Lauri Schulman *Baylah Tessier-Sherman Catherine Witry

1995 16%

Molly Barker Gilligan Stacie Cass Sara England Xiania Foster Elizabeth Van Hoose Briggs AF: $975 Total: $975

Annual Fund

*Elsbeth Baldwin Todd *Molly Barker Gilligan *Camilla Boyd Barrett Siobhan Carroll Chewning *Stacie Cass Jennifer Jankowski *Ledlie Mosch Pastor Elizabeth Van Hoose Briggs *Sarah Wasbes Howell

1996 23%

Katia Allexi Christina Biello AF: $825 Total: $825 Continued on next page.

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Annual Fund

*Kelly Agnew Medvigy *Christina Biello Heidi Bosek Dunavant *Lauren Collins Cline Nkiruka Emeagwali Mollie Jurewicz Alecia Magnifico *Katrina Mergen-Adams *Gina Nelson Samson *Ann Clark Priftis Martha Woods Yancey

1997 22%

Edith Emerson-Dorsch Alessandra Love Simons Kristen Magiera Roberts Helen Phillips Trementozzi AF: $700 Total: $700

Annual Fund

Lisa Born Ellis Elise Desjardins Stanford Edith Emerson-Dorsch Coleen Flaherty Merritt Melissa Franqui Michele Gemino Egan *Katie Marages Schank Savita Ostendorf Cecile Pemberton *Helen Phillips Trementozzi *Jessica Sieller Hines

1998 11%

Kyle Fitch Stephanie Girard Magdalena Nunez AF: $895 Total: $895

Annual Fund

Andria Elizer Stephanie Girard Katie Heffernan Laura McCormack

Catherine Novak-Rainer Magdalena Nunez Meredith Renda

1999 13% Erin Herzeelle AF: $1,675 Total: $1,675

Annual Fund

*Maura Coleman Janiszewski Amy Ferns Bechard *Alexandra Harper Erin Herzeelle *Heather Sherwin *Brooke Whiteley Weise *Anonymous (1)

2000 36%

Victoria Viera AF: $11,250 Total: $11,250

Annual Fund

*Katherine Aldrich *Rachel Clement *Sarah Cugini *Marissa Famiglietti Apland *Katherine Hamner Cooper *Caitlin Lampman Megan Liebow Dunlap *Shelby Mastroianni Neal Crystal Pemberton *Emily Pollina *Rhiannon Rhodes Jacqueline Rowland *Sarah Schipul Swift *Nicole Sieller *Karsten Solberg-Jamieson *Ameliaranne Sutton *Maura Tansley *Victoria Viera *Katherine Walker *Sonja Wittek

2001 25% Lisa Nelson AF: $1,450 Total: $1,450

Annual Fund

Meredith Beaton Jessica Borchetta Louisa de Heer *Mary DeStefano Izukanne Emeagwali Elizabeth Feeney Sweeney Natasha Klaiber Alyssa Menegat *Lisa Nelson *Amma Osei *Rebecca Paolino *Katie Perkins *Lisa Zheng Kirsch

2002 45%

Greta Atchinson Lindsay Clark Makenzi Hurtado Ashley Kalaus Mariano Mary Kelly AF: $1,905 Total: $1,905

Annual Fund

*Ruth Amoh Curzan *Greta Atchinson *Amanda Bessette Werner *Ellen Bird *Allison Blancato *Lindsay Clark Coriana Close Aimee Gough *Katherine Hallaran *Anne-Nicole Hanus Victoria Haynes Lily Henderson *Makenzi Hurtado *Mary Kelly *Jessica Lillian *Shanell Littlejohn Lavery Karen Lostritto

*Megan Mann Burlington *Jessica Rabinowitz *Caitlin Reynolds Taylor Southworth *Anonymous (1)

2003 28%

Abigail Collier Rachel Herrmann AF: $5,530 Total: $5,530

Annual Fund

*Sarah Bronko *Sara Chaudhri *Abigail Collier *Karimah Gottschalck *Jessica Haggerty Julia Isenberg *Elizabeth Kveton *Amanda Newberg *Colette Opsahl Emily Overholser Gruber *Elizabeth Pollina *Emily Pomeroy Schneider Lauren Robinson Alissa Ryan Kelley *Danielle Stewart Jaime Winchenbach

2004 13% Hilary Davis Caitlin Snyder Crystal Velez AF: $335 Total: $335

Annual Fund

*Markey Culver Emilie Dufour *Amanda Durand *Elizabeth North Lindsay Rhodes Newton *Lauren Siller King Charlene Spence *Crystal Velez


2005 33% Alyssa Siefert Annie Zheng AF: $550 Total: $550

Annual Fund

Abigail Calhoun *Pamela Cassidy Iris Castro Hannah Christensen Gladys Chua Margaret Cook Claire Fetherstonhaugh Chantal Hurtado Caitlin McDonold Emily Noonan Elizabeth Norment Jasmin Pemberton *Amy Pompea *Alyssa Siefert *Jessica Smith *Alyssa Stewart Amanda Zheng

*Alyssa Smith Audrey Tiong

2007 27%

Mary Cutralli Lisa DonDiego Tatiana Fonseca Hailey Griffin Nora Lovotti AF: $3,440 Total: $3,440

Annual Fund

Shannon Acas Courtney Mulligan AF: $525 Total: $525

*Melissa Ashton Lauren Borkowski Althea Brown Bianca Czaderna *Lisa DonDiego *Kathleen Farrell *Tatiana Fonseca *Hailey Griffin Chelsea Jacques *Kristin Kelly Laura Littmann *Nora Lovotti Victoria Menegat *Jasmine Rasberry Jacqueline Siefert *Morgan Siller Katherine Wernick

Annual Fund

2008 18%

2006 23%

Shannon Acas *Melissa Arsenie *Ashley Curtis Sophia Guy-White Rona Lee *Alanah Luger-Guillaume *Christine Mastrocola *Courtney Mulligan *Melissa Nalband *Margaret North *Megan O’Keefe *Adelena Price

Alexandra Fonseca Diamond Howell Kendall Mulligan Kelly Pryor Janet Sykes Elizabeth van Luling AF: $555 Total: $555

Annual Fund

Rachel Basset Rachel Douglas

*Elizabeth Foltz *Alexandra Fonseca *Elizabeth Froeber Danielle Harrison *Diamond Howell *Kendall Mulligan Charlotte Radcliffe D ‘Arcy Snodgrass *Janet Sykes *Elizabeth van Luling

2009 4%

Molly Sheehan AF: $115 Total: $115

Annual Fund

Molly Hubbard Kayla Meduna

2010 22%

Olivia Bates Hope Boyer Grace Buckles Allison Dinielli Nicole Dover Brooke Yancy AF: $755 Total: $755

Annual Fund

Sara Arno Olivia Bates Meghan Beebe Grace Buckles Lindsay Cunningham Hannah Hartmann Claire Murphy Sun Yu Park Felicity Sheehy Jillian Silver Kimberly Thwaits Morgan Winston Milcah Zewdie

2011 30%

Alana Fitts Sophia Gumbardo Julie Grome AF: $635 Total: $635

Annual Fund

Samantha Araujo Damali Asase Chelsea Carter Elizabeth Connett Devon DeSimone Jennifer Downes Alana Fitts Sophia Gumbardo Myriam Kelly Natalie Kessler Katherine Norfleet Aidan Novo Annie Page Elizabeth Peterson Callee Roscoe Elizabeth Scirica Amy Whitehead

AF Annual Fund END Endowment PG Planned Giving + Donor has endowed a gift to the Annual Fund in perpetuity through a planned gift that produces income every year. * Donor who has contributed to the Annual Fund or a special class fund for the past five consecutive years. Gifts to other funds are not reflected in this designation. (d) Deceased The names of Reunion Volunteers are italicized.

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Gifts From Reunion Classes* Class Year

Annual Fund

1932 $ 1937 $ 1942 $ 1947 $ 1952 $ 1957 $ 1962 $ 1967 $ 1972 $ 1977 $ 1982 $ 1987 $ 1992 $ 1997 $ 2002 $ 2007 $

Totals

Endowment

Planned Gifts

150 21,430 $ 10,000 23,260 $ 1,000 $354,000 11,842 $200,000 11,260 59,065 $ 100,000 85,010 $ 1,057,994 15,570 $ 6,500 18,010 $ 259,000 1,870 $ 5,000 10,040 50,890 715 8,950 3,275 3,475

$342,812

$1,439,494

$554,000

*This reflects cash gifts received and verified planned gift expectancies from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.

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Total $ 150 $ 31,430 $ 378,260 $ 211,842 $ 11,260 $ 159,065 $ 1,143,004 $ 22,070 $ 277,010 $ 6,870 $ 10,040 $ 50,890 $ 715 $ 8,950 $ 3,275 $ 3,475 $ 2,318,306


Classes with the Highest Gift Totals in Dollars

Classes with the Highest Percentages of Participation

Class Dollars Raised Agents/Reunion Volunteers

Class% Participation Agents/Reunion Volunteers

1973 $100,112 Palmer Marrin 1962*† $ 81,210 Susan Dyer Wise Cynthia Thorne Ayres 1957† $ 55,715 Alane Gerdau Dorothy Milner Pease 1965 $ 55,208 Elinor Ladd Craver Polly Wingfield 1938* $ 53,758 Dorothy Gannett West 1987† $ 39,940 Keiley Gaston Fuller Kirsten Tauck Mahar Leigh Vaule Steele 1969 $ 36,000 Cynthia Coggeshall Trask Elaine Rundin Starr White Snead 1960 $ 34,290 Sara Belcher Wardell 1954* $ 34,120 Deborah Cook Siegel Mary Maier Walker 1970 $ 32,683 Dorothea Moore Margot Trotter-Davis

1954* 78% Deborah Cook Siegel Mary Maier Walker 1945 72% Dorothy Tremaine Hildt 1938* 69% Dorothy Gannett West 1957*† 68% Alane Gerdau Dorothy Milner Pease 1962*† 66% Cynthia Thorne Ayres 1950 62% Caroline Chickering Fish Mary Wainwright Lelewer 1955 60% C. Sheila O’Connor Sevier Virginia Powell Cheston 1941 57% Elizabeth Uhl ’78 1949 55% Nancy Lee Ballenger 1947† 53% Patricia Foote Davidson Elizabeth King Rodiger Anita Packard Montgomery A. Maybury Viall Fraser 1948 53% Priscilla Lucas Stevens * Winners in both dollars raised and in participation † Reunion Classes


Annual Report 2012 Annual Fund 2011-2012 Gifts from Other Donors & Leadership Societies

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Gifts from Other Donors Current Parents Class of 2012 Annual Fund

Sandra Ballew (P’12) *Sarkis & Giselle Boyadjian (P’12) Thomas Bradley & Joanne Montowski (P’12) Christopher Brigham & Wendy Walker (P’12) Stuart & Lindsey Carlisle (P’12, ’13) Jeffrey & Gail Chausse (P’12) Stephen Clark & Penelope Igo-Clark (P’12) Pasquale & Karen Crocco (P’12) *Susan L. DeSimone ’80 & Salvatore DeSimone (P’11, ’12, ’16) David Eden & Tamsin Venn (P’12) Meg & Glen Eggert (P’12, ’16) Edward & Ginger Fennell (P’12) A.B.M. & Sirajun Furkan (P’10, ’12) Dean & Jean Hall (P’12) Frederick & Karen Hedberg (P’12) Deirtra Hunter (P’04, ’12) Terry & Michelle Jack (P’12) Michael & Brigitte Keane (P’12) James & Cheryl Kelly (P’12) Erik Krueger & Roberta Bennett (P’12) Tharchin & Zomkyi Lama (P’12) *Paul & Alice Meduna (P’09, ’12) Yoshiro & Machiko Mizuno (P’12) Du Nguyen & Bach Tran (P’12) Andrew & Christine Pape (P’12) Martin & Bryna Pomp (P’12) John & Barbara Pretto (P’12) Sydney & Diane Rogers (P’12, ’15) Edward & Linda Santoro (P’99, ’12) Dawit Seyoum & Carol Cassidy (P’12) Beverly Smith (P’12) James & Teresa Stratton (P’10, ’12) *Cassandra White Sweeney ’76 & Thomas Sweeney (P’12) Alexander & Kathleen Tournas (P’12) Esam & Kyoung Hee Trabulsi (P’89, ’12) *Debbie & Joseph Verzino (P’12) *Laura Nash Volovski ’83 & Steve Volovski (P’12, ’15) Kimberly Wechter (P’12)

Allen Wechter (P’12) Peter & Kerri Wolcott (P’12) Dr. Neal & Mrs. Pauline Zimmerman (P’12) Anonymous

Domenick & Dawn Calabrese (P’14) Timothy & Katherine Caroe (P’14) Robert & Julia Cox (P’14) Christine ’82 & Nils Dahl (P’14) Kevin & Stephanie DeBartolomeo (P’14) Michael & Alice Delmolino (P’14) Endowment Cassandra White Sweeney ’76 & Thomas Sweeney (P’12) Paul & Jeanne-Marie Hudson (P’14) Lawrence & Wendy Janesky (P’14, ’16) Alison Lanman (P’14) Class of 2013 Chol Lee & Jinhee Koo (P’14) *Mark & Lori Littmann (P’07, ’09, ’14) Annual Fund Steven & Rachel McGovern (P’14) *John Bates & Eugenie Ferrara-Bates (P’10, ’13) Robert & Kathy Milford (P’14) Stuart & Lindsey Carlisle (P’12, ’13) Eun Soo Oh & Hee Soon Chang (P’14) Sung Ho Choi & Junghee Lee (P’13) Owen O’Reilly & Jodi DeLibertis (P’14) Jongeheon Choi & Yangwoon Kim (P’13) Eric Penanhoat & Rebecca Eyre (P’14) Robert & Kathryn Colucci (P’13) Robert Rousseau (P’14) Thomas & Joanne Davis (P’13) Mitchell & Deanna Smooke (P’14) Lee & Danette Dierdorff (P’13) *James & Christina Sorrels (P’14) Judith Friedman (P’13) Paul & Lorissa Summermatter (P’14) Stephen & Elizabeth Funk (P’13) Clare & Michael Tallon (P’14) Jean Philippe & Anne Gaudree (P’13) Yueh & Bee Chu Tiong (P’06, ’13, ’14) George & Alexandra Guanci (P’13) Xiaojun & Qiuhong Dong (P’14) Wonsik Hong & Yuong Sook Chang (P’13) Milton & Maura Johnson (P’13) Class of 2015 Neal & Anne Kosciusko (P’13) Clinton & Nancy McLean (P’13, ’15) Annual Fund Nelson & Elizabeth Mead (P’13) *Ernesto & Karen Basset (P’08, ’15) Mickey & Laura Morris (P’13) Arnaud & Barbara Bourgeois (P’15) *Carolyn Scott ’82 & Rod Neff (P’13) Karl & Ellen Buckley (P’15) Stephen & Lisa Scott (P’13) In Jae Chung & Seoung Won Kang (P’15) Nicholas & Pamela Solley (P’13) Hopeton Dixon & Jacqueline Small-Dixon (P’15) Carl & Tara Spadola (P’13) Melissa Elmer (P’15) Yueh & Bee Chu Tiong (P’06, ’13’14) Gael Evangelista-Uhl (P’15) Wan Sik Uhm & Gyong-A Ok (P’13) James & Dee Hodson (P’15) *Robert & Kim Zdon (P’10, ’13) *Lucy & David Lewis (P’15) David Lodge (P’15) Endowment Pamela MacRae (P’15) Nelson & Elizabeth Mead (P’13) *Amy ’82 & Tom McCoog (P’15) Clinton & Nancy McLean (P’13, ’15) Class of 2014 Steven & Louise Misasi (P’15) Yaw Nsiah & Victoria Kyeiwah (P’15) Annual Fund John & Margaret Pates (P’15) *Cornelia & Ernest Beaulieu (P’14) Kate Peterson (P’11, ’15) *Joanne ’81 & Daniel Bliss (P’14)

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Evan & Clare Rashkoff (P’15) Sydney & Diane Rogers (P’12, ’15) Karl & Deborah Surrberg (P’15) Nelson Tejada & Melania Suriel- Tejada (P’15) Y.H. Tsai & Manling You (P’15) *Laura Nash Volovski ’83 & Steve Volovski (P’12, ’15) Timothy & Janice Walker (P’15) Chunzhe Charles Yu & Luz Borrero-Yu (P’15)

“Westover gave me a great education, confidence in myself, and the desire to continue to learn all life long. More than 50 years later, it gave my granddaughter, Emily Jackson ’12, those very same qualities. As I sit here on a rainy day, keeping warm in my Class of 2012 Westover sweater, I cannot imagine not supporting Westover through my gifts to the Annual Fund.” Penny Jackson Trask ’58

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Parents of Alumnae Annual Fund

Clifford & Sue Alper (P’04) *Peter & Barbara Aordkian (P’86) Roy & Elizabeth Araujo (P’11) Danilo & Adeline Asase (P’11) *George & Phebe Banta (P’89) Suzanne Barabasz (P’01) *Richard J. Beebe (P’10) *Serena Beretta (P’81) Deborah Bessette (P’02) Carl W. Bettcher Jr. (P’75, ’76) (d) *Howard & Nancy Bliss (P’79) Charles & Wendy Borchetta (P’01) Richard & Jane Bosire (P’09) *William & Janet Boyer (P’10) *Milton & Josephine Bristol (P’87) *Stanley & Nancy Brittingham (P’98) David & Melissa Brown (P’95) *Jeannette Brown (P’75, ’77) *Patti & Thomas W. Buchanan (P’06) Craig & Adelene Burlington (P’87) Anne & Gerald Butler (P’06) *Karen D. Callahan (P’09) *Coila Worley Campbell ’78 & Scott Campbell (P’10) Michael & Janice Carey (P’02) Barbara Whitney Carr (P’85, ’88) Thatcher & Linda Carter (P’07) H. Gilles Carter (P’11) *Ireneo & Gloria Castro (P’98, ’05, ’09) Marcha Cave (P’04)

Charles & Grace Chang (P’98) Alison Chase (P’81, ’82, ’83, GP’11) *Jawaid & Karen Chaudhri (P’03) Holly & Pierre Cintas (P’88) *Frederic & Terri Clark (P’11) Elvin & Vanessa Clayton (P’11) *Bruce & Maria Coffin (P’92) *Natalie O’Brien Conklin ’44 (P’68, ’70, ’85, GP ’89, ’11) Kimberly Conklin ’85 (P’11) *Monique Corbat Brooks ’66 & Steven Brooks (P’97) *Sharon & Donald Corrigan (P’91) *Mariana Cotten (P’94) Deborah Cramer (P’02) *Marcy Tench Crimmins ’86 (P’83) *Florence O. Cross (P’80) *Dawn & William Curtis (P’06) *Susan L. DeSimone ’80 & Salvatore DeSimone (P’11, ’12) Stephen & Mary Jane Dix (P’10) *Gary F. Donaldson (P’89) *William & Lisa Donovan (P’11) Ms. Barbara A. Dowd (P’’87) Carol L. Dudnick (P’07) *Peter & Carol England (P’95) Edward J. Ferns (P’99) Brian Fetherstonhaugh & Christine Zufelt (P’05) Arthur & Patricia Fino (P’97) *Richard & Lisa Fitts (P’11) Emily FitzHugh (P’82) *Carol Gilbert (P’77) (d) *Amy Goldman (P’10) Edward & Carolyn Goodman (P’86) *Ann Gorycki (P’88) James & Susan Gough (P’02) *Albert & Cheryl Grande (P’04) *Pierre & Margaret Guesnon (P’87) *Dennis Guillaume & Lorraine Luger (P’01, ’06) *Terry & Alice Hallaran (P’02) *Robert & Sally Hammett (P’82) Sang Han & Myung Kim (P’06) *Parker & Sally Handy (P’70, ’72, ’73, ’75, ’81)

*Frank J. Hanus III (P’02) *Charles & Carolyn Hart (P’05) *Charles & Karen Hartmann (P’10) *Norman R. Harvey (P’85) Joan Havens (P’91) *Pryce & Julie Haynes (P’88) India Haynes (P’02) Paul & Cynthia Heffernan (P’98) Sharon Hennessey (P’89, ’99) *Thomas & Elizabeth Holder (P’10) Laura Howell (P’09) *Nathaniel & Jayne Huggins (P’84) *Thomas & Tilde Hungerford (P’00, ’01) Gerard & Paula Indelicato (P’87) *Jeffrey & Mary Ellen Jay (P’10) Dorothy & & Andrew Jeffrey (P’00, ’04) Eugene & Hope Kelly (P’81) *Miguel & Ana Kelly (P’11) *Martha Kingsford (P’74, ’78) John Klemundt & Deborah Horowitz (P’03) *E. P. & Jean Kostojohn (P’91) John & Creigh Krin (P’00) Brent Laymon & Sarah Passell (P’08) Karen & Antonio Lepore (P’11) *Nancy Lillie (P’95) Earl & Ann Elise Lindgren (P’77, ’81) *Thomas & Brenda Lloyd (P’09) *Donald Lostritto & Linda Musco (P’02) Alan & Barbara Loveridge (P’75, GP’07) Anthony & Patricia Lovotti (P’07) *Susan Loyd Turner (P’05) Rebecca Lynn (P’81) Girvan & Ilona Lyttle (P’94) Anne Montgomery MacDougall ’74 & Allan MacDougall (P’14) *John & Joy Magiera (P’97) Aleksandra Maliszewski (P’14) R.D. & Betsy Mannella (P’91) Robert & Deborah Marages (P’97, ’99) *John & Carol Marsland (P’80, ’85) Joseph & Winnie Martinkovic (P’91, ’97) Joseph & Mary Mastrocola (P’06) *William & Barbara McCoy (P’85) Matt & Janice Meehan (P’11)


Mark & Anna Mergen (P’96) Mark & Barbara Mervine (P’02) Catherine M. Miller (P’66) *Susan & Robert D. Mills (P’97, ’03) *Joseph & Beth Molder (P’80) *Anita Montgomery (P’74, ’76) *Alison Chase Moore ’82 & Charles Moore (P’11) *Lizanne & Arthur Mulligan (P’06, ’08) *Peter & Linda Murphy (P’10) Suzanna Norbeck (P’83) *Christopher & Joan Norfleet (P’11) *Christopher & Melissa Norment (P’05) *Peter North & Dorothy West (P’04, ’06) Louise O’Rourke (P’71) Artur & Angelina Pereira (P’08) W. S. & Jean Peterson (P’93) *Ann & Ben Pollina (P’00, ’03) *Steven & Priscilla Price (P’06) Davor & Edina Psorn (P’03, ’08) John & Carol Pytel (P’04) *Charles & Sarah Radcliffe (P’08) Philip & Christina Renda (P’98) Mario & Jane Sabatini (P’93) Bhajun & Kaveeta Santchurn (P’08) *Robert & Ilene Saulsbury (P’90) Julie Ann Schumacher (P’06) Anthony & Peggy Sciotto (P’88) *Joseph & Marie Scirica (P’11) *Michael & Margaret Sheehan (P’09) Elanah Sherman (P’94) Vincent & Eva Siefert (P’05, ’07, ’08) Paul & Gene Siller (P’04, ’07) *Jackie Simmons (P’01) T. McFarland & Patricia Skelly (P’98) Diane Snider (P’78) William & Norma Solberg (P’00) Caroline Spang (P’82) Charles Stelljes (P’89) *Lisa Stockwell ’71 (P’11) James & Mary Stuart (P’04) *Richard & Cathy Szanto (P’03) Thomas & Maureen Tansley (P’00) Robert Tessier (P’94) *Harry E. T. Thayer (P’75, ’81)

Mr. Edward Thompson (P’80) *David & Karin Thwaits (P’10) *Werner & Joanne Tiedmann (P’09) *Joan & Richard Tilghman (P’72, GP’10) *Marcelo Tortoriello & Liliana R. Yelin (P’07) *Charles & Linda Trombley (P’99) *Marla & Joseph Truini (P’09) Helen Angier Trumbull ’48 (P’68, ’73) *Hazel Tuttle (P’78) *Alice M. Tweedy (P’86) Richard R. Uhl (P’67, ’72, ’78) *James & Marta Van Hoose (P’95) Marie T. van Luling (P’08) Jane D. Velde (P’84) *Karl & Sandra Velde (P’84) *Cheryl Walker (P’01) John & Laura Wallace (P’89) Linda A. Walley (P’98) *Wayne & Virginia Whiteley (P’99) *Rosa Gatling Williams ’77 (P’06) Judith ’80 & William Wilson (P’08) Gary & Joanne Winchenbach (P’03) *Howard Winston & Patrice Gans (P’10) *Neil Yarhouse (P’87) *Anonymous

Endowment

Jeannette Brown (P’75, ’77) Frederic & Terri Clark (P’11) T. Truxtun & Durbin Emerson (P’97) John & Joy Magiera (P’97) Ann & Ben Pollina (P’00, ’03) Helen Angier Trumbull ’48 (P’68, ’73)

Grandparents of Students Class of 2012 Annual Fund

*Dr. & Mrs. Merrill Bradley (GP’12) Mr. & Mrs. Murray Buttner (GP’12, ’13) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carlisle (GP’12, ’13) Mr. & Mrs. George Denton (GP’12) *Assunta DeSimone (GP’11, ’12, ’16)

Catherine Fennell (GP’12) Judith McCarthy (GP’11, GP’12, ’16) Mr. & Mrs. James Roger Stratton (GP’10, GP’12) Robin T. Sweeney (GP’12) *Jane Jackson Trask ’58 & Mr. Frederick Trask (GP’12) Mr. & Mrs. Donald Traylor (GP’12) Mr. & Mrs. Murray Buttner (GP’12, ’13) Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carlisle (GP’12, ’13)

Mr. & Mrs. James Roger Stratton (GP’10, ’12) *Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Sutherland (GP’06, ’08) Edward Thompson (GP’10, ’13) *Mrs. & Mr. Richard Tilghman (P’72, GP’10) *Roberta West Waddell ’52 (GP’09)

Class of 2013

Annual Fund

Annual Fund

Mr. & Mrs. Chris DiCristofaro (GP’13) Geneva Farnham (GP’13) Carmela Guanci (GP’13) Edward Thompson (GP’10, ’13) Mr. & Mrs. Bob Thurston (GP’13)

Class of 2014 Annual Fund

Mr. & Mrs. William C. Baskin, Jr. (GP’14) Leslie Bieber (GP’14) Chang Soo Chi (GP’14) Mr. & Mrs. Paul DeBartolomeo (GP’14) Nelle Huettig (GP’14) Shirley Krygowski (GP’14) Stas Maliszewski & Julia Jitkoff (GP’14) Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Nolan (GP’14)

Grandparents of Alumnae Alison Chase (P’81, ’82, ’83, GP’11) *Abbott Combes (GP’84) *Natalie Conklin ’44 (P’68, ’70, ’85, GP’89, ’11) Winifred Curtis (GP’06) *Assunta DeSimone (GP’11, ’12, ’16) Mr. & Mrs. Alan H. Loveridge (P’75, GP’07) *Mr. & Mrs. Milton Massey (GP’10) Judith McCarthy (GP’11, ’12, ’16)

Friends & Former Faculty John Benson Catherine C. Blake *Constance W. Combes *Mr. & Mrs. Russell DeLuca Derreth Duncan Jane Finger John H. Flagg *Kathy & Robert Fletcher Perry Goodman & Berengere Gay *Diana L. Hanford *Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Heminway *Sharon & Hal Holladay Mrs. Lawrence M. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Louis F. Maiorino Frank Mirovsky Richard E. Mooney John Ogden H. Martyn Owen Jr. James Pates Annie Pates Janet Tanner Poskas Jessica Ransom James Roche Constance L. Royster Leslie G. Smith Christopher Sutherland Edwin Tilton Adam Pallant & Elizabeth T. Toll Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Walker Donna M. Warner Sarah M. Woodside Natalie Zilaro Anonymous

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Endowment

Hugh T. Adams (d) William Adamson Jr. Margaret W. Casey Catharine Montgomery Hunt (d) David B. H. Martin Jr. Barbara B. Roberts Benjamin J. Williams Henry S. Woodbridge Jr.

Planned Giving

Hugh T. Adams (d)

Still sporting the Westover colors, above, Cristina Pretto ’12 and her fellow Holy Cross crew members.

“Learning at Westover gave purpose and direction to Cristina’s studies, preparing her for the most important years to come. She is very fortunate to have been at Westover and we are proud to continue to support the school.” John Pretto (P ’12)

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Faculty & Staff Annual Fund

*Kathryn Albee *Rachel Bashevkin *Cornelia B. Beaulieu (P ’14) *Richard J. Beebe (P ’10) Lynda Bilcheck *Sarkis & Giselle Boyadjian (P’12) *Patti & Thomas W. Buchanan (P’06) Meghan Buchanan Lisa Marie Buoncuore *Megan Mann Burlington ’02 & JP Burlington Lauren Fikslin Castagnola *Bruce & Maria Coffin (P’92) *Dawn & William Curtis (P’06) *Ruth Amoh Curzan ’02 Caitlin deWilde *Jo & Sam Dexter Jana Dunbar Meg & Glen Eggert (P’12) Kati A. Eggert *Michael Gallagher Bart Geissinger Marilyn Guerrera *Terry & Alice Hallaran (P’02) *Robert Havery *Allison & Ben Hildebrand Elise House & Steve Chesney

Bryan Hughen *Thomas & Tilde Hungerford (P’00, ’01) *David Jean *Barbara Jennings Lee & Tom Juvan Zira Kica *Lynn Loveridge Kling ’75, (P’07) *Stephen H. Ladd *Susan & Craig Lamphier Grant A. Lamphier *Susan Loyd Turner (P’05) *Tracy & Zachary Lytle Eileen M. McCormack Elizabeth McErlean *Susan & Robert D. Mills (P’97, ’03) *Lizanne & Arthur Mulligan (P’06, ’08) *Shelby Mastroianni Neal ’00 *Marie-Pierre Norris *Margaret North ’06 *Heather Mannella Nuzzo ’91 Torey Olson Hank Paveromo *Nancy Aordkian Pelaez ’86 Mia Ferrara Pelosi ’95 *Ann & Ben Pollina (P’00, ’03) Sara & Peter Poskas *Nancy H. Pratt Barbara A. Sabia *Kathryn Seyboth Paul Sills *Jackie Simmons (P’01) *James & Christina Sorrels (P’14) Lindsey A. Spinella *Paul Sutherland *Laura Swarz-Burt *Christopher J. Sweeney Clare & Michael Tallon (P’14) *Marla & Joseph Truini (P’09) *Debbie & Joseph Verzino (P’12) *Laura Nash Volovski ’83 & Steve Volovski (P’12, ’15) *Tamara Bettcher Walker ’76 *Shamus Weber *Kristin Martinkovic White ’91 *Beth Wirsul

Faculty Fund Margreta Kroll Ames ’62 *Rachel Bashevkin *Cornelia & Ernest Beaulieu (P’14) *Sarkis & Giselle Boyadjian (P’12) *Patti & Thomas W. Buchanan (P’06) *Megan Mann Burlington ’02 & JP Burlington *Katherine Hamner Cooper ’00 *Jo & Sam Dexter Jana Dunbar Meg & Glen Eggert (P’12, P ’16) Penn Willets Fullerton ’62 *Michael Gallagher Emily Overholser Gruber ’03 *Terry & Alice Hallaran (P’02) *Antoinette ’69 & George Hamner (P’00) *Allison & Ben Hildebrand Elise House & Steve Chesney *David Jean *Barbara Jennings Jewish Communities of Western Connecticut, Inc. Lee & Tom Juvan *Susan & Craig Lamphier *Susan Loyd Turner (P’05) *Tracy & Zachary Lytle *Susan & Robert D. Mills (P’97, ’03) *Shelby Mastroianni Neal ’00 *Marie-Pierre Norris *Margaret North ’06 *Ann & Ben Pollina (P’00, ’03) Sara & Peter Poskas *Nancy H. Pratt *Christopher J. Sweeney *Debbie & Joseph Verzino (P’12) *Laura Nash Volovski ’83 & Steve Volovski (P’12, ’15) *Kristin Martinkovic White ’91


Corporations & Foundations Annual Fund

AT&T *Ayco Charitable Foundation Barrie Landry Charitable Foundation Bucknall Family Foundation *Camp-Younts Foundation Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo *Connecticut Community Foundation Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors *Dobson Foundation East Bay Community Foundation *Fraydun Foundation Inc. *Harry Webster Walker II Charitable Trust Haskell Family Foundation Hawksglen Foundation *HBB Foundation *Henry L. O’Brien Foundation Higgins Family Foundation IBM Corporation J. M. Huber Corporation Jewish Communities of Western CT, Inc. *Kent-Lucas Foundation L’Aiglon Foundation Lubrano Family Charitable Foundation Maine Community Foundation Margaret Dorrance Strawbridge Foundation of PA Marie-Louise Escher Family Charitable Foundation, Inc. *Mathilde U. & Albert Elser Foundation, Inc. *Molder Family Foundation Nelson Mead Fund New York Community Trust *Ninigret Foundation Inc. *Olcott & Lucy Smith Foundation Owsley Brown Charitable Foundation *Patty Foresman Foundation *Philip S. Harper Foundation Preferred Display, Inc. *Reily Food Company *Reily’s Charitable Fund Roberts Family Foundation Ruth Camp Campbell Foundation *Sedgwick Family Charitable Trust

Sethness Products Company STS Foundation *The Arkwright Foundation The Bank of New York Mellon *The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation *The H. T. Mead Foundation The McKellan Group, Inc. *The Nicholson Foundation, Inc. The Stanley R. Miller Foundation The Stanton Foundation The William Ewing Foundation The William W. & Pamela C. Lane Foundation The Winfield Foundation *Thendara Foundation Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Vermont Community Foundation Vos Family Foundation *Wells Fargo Foundation William L. Searle Charitable Trust Wrightson Ramsing Foundation

Emerson Electric Company Exxon Mobil Foundation, Inc. Fidelity Foundation Fifth Third Bank GE Foundation Global Impact The Hartford *H.J. Heinz Company Foundation *Institute for Private Investors *Macy’s Foundation MasterCard *Pearson Education *Pfizer Foundation *The Prudential Insurance The Shell Oil Corporation *United Technologies Verizon Foundation *Wells Fargo Foundation

Endowment

Amica Companies Foundation Creighton Family Foundation Dudley & Shanley Emerson Electric Company Fidelity Foundation James Norris Foundation Nelson Mead Fund Pearson Education Sally Mead Hands Foundation The Boston Foundation The Nicholson Foundation, Inc. Westwood Holdings Group, Inc.

Matching Gifts to the Annual Fund from Corporations & Foundations

Gifts in Kind A special thank you to the following alumnae, parents, and friends of the School who donated items or services to Westover during the 20112012 fiscal year: Dana Osborn (P’84, ’86) Shutter Speed Photo Starr White Snead ’69 Cassandra White Sweeney ’76 Barbara Butterworth Von Haunalter ’50

Albemarle Corporation Ameriprise Financial Aquarion Water Company The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc. Case, Pomeroy, & Company, Inc. Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors

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Leadership Societies The Centennial Society

The Centennial Society commemorates the 100th anniversary of Westover’s founding, honoring the leadership of each donor who contributes $50,000 or more to the Annual Fund in a given year. This year, $385,145 was donated by members of The Centennial Society. *Hugh T. Adams (FR) (d) *Mary McCreath Godley ’38 *G. Barrie Hogan Landry ’62 *Marion Scott Searle ’73 *Anonymous

The Head’s Circle Society

The Head’s Circle Society recognizes the leadership of each donor who contributes between $15,000 and $49,999 to the Annual Fund in a given year. This year, $287,216 was donated by members of The Head’s Circle. Chang Soo Chi (GP’14) *Rosamond Seidel Clark ’37 *Amy Goldman (P’10) *Margaret Clement Green ’65 *Terry & Alice Hallaran (P’02) *Elizabeth Huidekoper ’70 *Kirsten Tauck Mahar ’87 *Mr. & Mrs. David B. H. Martin Jr. *Louisa Jones Palmer ’54 Robert Rousseau (P’14) *Sara Belcher Wardell ’60 *Diana Strawbridge Wister ’57 Anonymous

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The Lantern Society

Named for Westover’s symbol of enlightenment, The Lantern Society recognizes the leadership of each donor who contributes between $10,000 and $14,999 to the Annual Fund in a given year. This year, $115,556 was donated by members of The Lantern Society. *Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 *Abigail Mason Browne ’61 Sung Ho Choi & Junghee Lee (P’13) *Adele Q. Ervin ’42 *Jennifer Gold ’87 *Leslie Bryant Hume ’65 *Jeffrey & Mary Ellen Jay (P’10) Matt & Janice Meehan (P’11) *Cassandra White Sweeney ’76 *Mr. Marcelo Tortoriello and Dr. Liliana R. Yelin (P’07) Sarah Tremaine ’72

The 1909 Society

To mark the founding of Westover by Mary Hillard in 1909, The 1909 Society honors the generosity of those making gifts of $7,500 to $9,999. This year $47,012 was donated by members of The 1909 Society. Brooke Brown Barzun ’90 *Hilary Higgins Parker ’71 Eric Penanhoat & Rebecca Eyre (P’14) Dr. Wan Sik Uhm & Gyong-A Ok (P’13) Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45 (d) *Mary Maier Walker ’54

The Quadrangle Society

The Quadrangle Society, its name derived from the heart of the School, recognizes donors of $5,000 to $7,499. This year, members of

The Quadrangle Society donated $164,750. *Katherine Aldrich ’00 *Margaret Peet Anderson ’64 *Justine Upson Arnold ’46 *Lucie Taft Bard ’42 Bucknall Family Foundation *Allison Garver Caesar ’39 *Virginia Powell Cheston ’55 *Frederic & Terri Clark (P’11) *Josephine Merrill Eastman ’58 Caroline Campbell Edwards ’66 *Rowena Summers Fenstermacher ’76 Judith Friedman (P’13) *Edith Glassmeyer Heilman ’65 Wonsik Hong & Yuong Sook Chang (P’13) *Quita Woodward Horan ’52 Laura Wallace Houghton ’89 *Fanny Curtis Luke ’41 *Adelaide MacMurray-Cooper ’63 *Robin Cruz McClearn ’83 Nelson & Elizabeth Mead (P’13) *Joseph & Beth Molder (P’80) *Caroline Watson Morong ’72 Emmy Ward Neilson ’81 Eun Soo Oh & Hee Soon Chang (P’14) *Cynthia Burdick Patterson ’60 *Ann & Ben Pollina (P’00, ’03) Janet Tanner Poskas (FR) Edward & Linda Santoro (P’99, ’12) *Divya Singh ’83 The Stanton Foundation Esam & Kyoung Hee Trabulsi (P’89, ’12)

The Sallyport Society

The Sallyport Society recognizes donors of $2,500 to $4,999. This year, $123,335 was donated by members of The Sallyport Society. *Mary Walker Allen ’85 Althea Brown ’07 *Judith Lawrence Carmany ’62

*Christine McIntosh Coffin ’75 *Faith Emeny Conger ’50 *Katherine Hamner Cooper ’00 Lee & Danette Dierdorff (P’13) *Marianne Barbino Dubuque ’76 Schuyler Wilson Field ’61 *Richard & Lisa Fitts (P’11) *Elisabeth Smith Golden ’65 *Judith LeSage Grassi ’74 *Eunice Strong Groark ’56 Emily Overholser Gruber ’03 *Antoinette ’69 & George Hamner (P’00) Calista Lincoln Harder ’47 (d) *Charles & Karen Hartmann (P’10) *Nancy Bristol Homer ’62 *Lesley Bissell Hoopes ’64 *Jennifer Martin ’66 *Adrienne Leichtle Maxwell ’57 Mark & Anna Mergen (P’96) Yoshiro & Machiko Mizuno (P’12) *Lizanne & Arthur Mulligan (P’06, ’08) *Laura Mullins Nolen ’89 *Cora Rust Owen ’28 (d) *Carol Marshall Paumgarten ’62 *Shelley Sagar Payer ’71 Jane Belcher Phinney ’69 Martin & Bryna Pomp (P’12) *Elizabeth McMillan Ringer ’42 Nicholas & Pamela Solley (P’13) *Harmony Clement Spongberg ’64 *Margot Trotter-Davis ’70 Helen Angier Trumbull ’48 (P 68, ’73) *Beatrice Frelinghuysen van Roijen ’62 *Anne Wigglesworth Walker ’64 *Francene Young ’71 Anonymous

The Orchard Society

The Orchard Society salutes those who give $1,000 to $2,499 to the Annual Fund. This year, $166,802 was given by members of The Orchard Society. Eleanor Acheson ’65 *Laura Treman Almquist ’52 Sandra Ballew (P’12)


Thomas Bradley & Joanne Montowski (P’12) *Linda Beard Brandi ’65 Mr. & Mrs. Murray Buttner (GP’12, ’13) *Patience Merritt Campbell ’53 *Colleen O’Rourke Carson ’71 Jongeheon Choi & Yangwoon Kim (P’13) In Jae Chung & Seoung Won Kang (P’15) Mary Harris Clark ’38 *Abigail Congdon ’68 *Natalie O’Brien Conklin ’44 (P ’68, GP ’89, ’11) Christine ’82 & Nils Dahl (P’14) *Susan Brown Denious ’55 *Margaret Evans Dennis ’46 Mr. & Mrs. George Denton (GP’12) *Susan L. DeSimone ’80 & Salvatore DeSimone (P’11, ’12, ’16) *Daphne Drake ’51 Derreth Duncan (FR) David Eden & Tamsin Venn (P’12) *Lucia Ewing ’45 *Anita Burroughs Fahy ’58 *Louise Webber Fallon ’82 *Helen Minton Farley ’44 *Laurian Pratt Fasano ’81 *Anne Simmons Finley ’45 *Charlotte B. Beyer ’65 *Kecia Walker Ford ’84 *Alison Barbour Fox ’43 Joan Peterkin Foxwell ’49 Margaret DeVecchi Gabriel ’46 *Cavarly Berwick Garrett ’86 *Anne Newbold Godfrey ’46 *Janet Reed Goss ’64 *Hae-Soon Hahn ’78 *Diana Drew Harbison ’70 Mari Hill Harpur ’67 *Deirdre Healy Henderson ’60 *Jean Van Sinderen Henry ’39 *Mary Merrill Hoffman ’57 *Meredith Mandeville Hollis ’69 *Peyton Chapman Horne ’58 Lily Hurlimann ’72 *Suzanne Chapman Hutchins ’56 Lawrence & Wendy Janesky (P’14, ’16)

*Nevitt Nugent Jenkins ’67 *M. Dale MacDonald Jensen ’57 *Anne Richardson Johnson ’54 Linda Armour Kelly ’67 *Holly Kennedy Passantino ’74 Margaret Lumpkin Keon ’48 Gretchen Hill Kingsley ’57 *Margaret Velie Kinney ’54 *Amy Shepard Knight ’67 *Joan Atwood Kunzelmann ’61 Sallie Deans Lake ’70 Chol Lee & Jinhee Koo (P’14) *Diane Lewis-D’Agostino ’79 *Donald Lostritto & Linda Musco (P’02) *Cassandra Van Alen Ludington ’56 *Hilary Carpenter Lynch ’85 *Joan Dillon Hay Madeira ’41 *John & Joy Magiera (P’97) Stas Maliszewski & Julia Jitkoff (GP’14) Aleksandra Maliszewski (P’14) *Jennifer Robbins Manocherian ’56 Judith McCarthy (GP ’11, ’12, ’16) *Amy ’82 & Tom McCoog (P’15) Kelly Cruz McCullers ’86 Robin Smith Melvin ’80 *Betsy Shirley Michel ’59 Elysabeth Higgins Miller ’47 *Barbara Holbrook Miltenberger ’50 *Anita Montgomery (P’74, ’76) *Dorothea Moore ’70 *Samantha Conklin Moro ’89 *Lisa Dean Moseley ’46 *Whitney Andrews Murphy ’83 *Elizabeth Markham Nicholson ’63 Amy Machson-Hubbard OConnor ’87 H. Martyn Owen Jr. *Katharine Murphey Pell ’59 M. Therese Rakestraw Pew ’55 *Karen Kjorlien Phillips ’71 *Charles & Sarah Radcliffe (P’08) *Susan Colket Rakestraw ’46 *Joy Peterkin Rasin ’54 Dorothy Reed ’68 *Marian Vilas Reid ’42 *Wendy Griswold Reily ’54 *Ann Whitfield Roberts ’53

*Anna Ingersoll Roberts ’39 Kate Munson Rowe ’60 *Laurie Blake Sawyer ’59 *Carolyn Scott ’82 & Rod Neff (P’13) *C. Sheila O’Connor Sevier ’55 Lynn Sheldon ’78 *Meredith Shirey ’91 Devika Singh ’90 *Starr White Snead ’69 *Ellen Pease Sole ’70 Dr. Carl & Tara Spadola (P’13) *Esther Spaulding ’53 Katherine Sredl, Ph.D ’91 Blair Stambaugh Jane Watson Stetson ’71 James & Teresa Stratton (P’10, ’12) *Hope Halsey Swasey ’38 (P ’62) Pamela Birkins Swift ’71 *Sally Coxe Taylor ’53 *Jane Jackson Trask ’58 & Frederick Trask (GP’12) *Susan Behr Travers ’60 *Helen Tyson ’58 *Emily Detwiler Uhl ’41 *Debbie & Joseph Verzino (P’12) Hedda von Goeben ’48 *Katrina Rauch Wagner ’61 *Tamara Bettcher Walker ’76 Xiaojun & Qiuhong Dong (P’14) *Gail Funston Wasson ’64 *Nancy Johnson Weaver ’63 *Susan Logan Whitman ’68 Carole Hayes Williams ’62 Suzanne Dyer Wise ’62 Peter & Kerri Wolcott (P’12) *Mary Denny Scott Wray ’57 *Patty Bundy Wray ’50 Neal & Pauline Zimmerman (P’12) Martha Ramsing Zoubek ’62

The Dorcas Society

Named in honor of the Westover student activities that benefit charitable organizations, The Dorcas Society recognizes those who give between $500 and $999 to the Annual Fund. This year, $85,051 was donated by members of The Dorcas Society. *Marion Markham Abood ’73 *Jeanne Edmonds Anderson ’64 Cynthia Thorne Ayres ’62 *George & Phebe Banta (P’89) *Richard J. Beebe (P’10) R. Caroline Thompson Benson ’65 *Joan Ross Bolling ’47 Charles & Wendy Borchetta (P’01) *Elizabeth Bulkley Bradley ’57 F. Bruce Bradshaw (FR) *Wendy Smith Brainerd ’55 *Irene Sedgwick Briedis ’62 Elizabeth Van Hoose Briggs ’95 *Kate Proctor Brooks ’71 *Patricia Brown ’75 Lalla Dodge Brutoco ’67 *Ellen Harrington Campbell ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carlisle (GP’12, ’13) Timothy & Katherine Caroe (P’14) *Gabrielle Hadden Claridge ’48 Stephen Clark & Penelope Igo-Clark (P’12) *Susan Clark ’71 Jessie Batcheller Cogswell ’45 Heather Colmore ’87 *Gretchen Handy Comstock ’72 *Natalie Conklin ’68 *Martha McCahill Cowden ’64 Dianne Crary ’72 Leonore Smith Cunningham ’75 *Ann Pew Curran ’52 *Barbara Drake Daspit ’47 Catharine Miller deKoning ’66 *Pamela Gordon duPont ’70 *Elizabeth Lubrano Dwyer ’76 Cristina Falla Echeverria ’52 *Edith McLane Edson ’44

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*Peter & Carol England (P’95) Marie-Louise Carroll Escher ’45 Margaret Adams Ferguson ’47 Arthur & Patricia Fino (P’97) *Elizabeth Fox Fisher ’57 Helen Stone Fitzgerald ’68 *Penelope Ferenbach Franchot ’64 *Marra Stankus Francis ’90 *Andrea Manzi Frank ’78 Penn Willets Fullerton ’62 *Beatrice Bronson Garvan ’46 *Deborah French Glynn ’58 *Carol Goldburg ’80 Patricia Smith Goodyear ’42 *Karimah Gottschalck ’03 *Phyllis Dewart Greene ’67 *Gretchen Holverstott Haight ’59 Marcia Clay Hamilton ’67 Sang Han & Myung Kim (P’06) *Alexandra Harper ’99 *Francine LeRoux Haskell ’51 *Jane Meanor Hastings ’56 Jenny Sommerhoff Haviland ’60 *E. Kirtland Abeles Heald ’61 *Sonya Kim Heil ’94 *Pamela Markham Heller ’67 *Sylvia Hibbard Herbstritt ’59 *Helen Heard Hetherington ’68 *Barbara Edwards Hicks ’57 *Thomas & Elizabeth Holder (P’10) Laura Howell (P’09) *Anne Demorest Hurtt ’42 *Susan Birge Isetorp ’56 Margery Scott Johnson ’53 *Jennifer Jones ’60 Karla Lawrence Keating ’72 Shirley Krygowski (GP’14) *Annis Gilbert Kukulan ’68 *Adeline Gwynne Kurz ’68 *Jean Theopold Lamphere ’51 *Lucy Frost Lewis ’84 & David Lewis (P’15) *Thomas & Brenda Lloyd (P’09) David Lodge (P’15) Anne Montgomery MacDougall ’74 Martha Beretta Mainiero ’81 *Alexandra Conway Marks ’91

Anne Newhard Martin ’62 *Sidney Lauck Mattoon ’39 *Nina Truslow McKee ’59 *Katharine Tarbox McLeod ’66 *Mary Wilshire Mead ’45 *Margaret Butler Miles ’63 Robert Milford (P’14) Catherine M. Miller (P’66) *Pamela Jayne Miller ’49 Rebecca Coates Milliken ’68 Margaret Moon Minor ’57 *Marion Thompson Murfey ’68 *Melissa Musarra ’84 *Emily Baldwin Nissley ’50 Catherine Novak-Rainer ’98 *Martha Talbot Oberlander ’62 Kathryn Klopfer O’Brien ’72 *Alison Wickwire Olivieri ’64 Louise O’Rourke (P’71) *Amma Osei ’01 *Elizabeth Chick Parker ’44 *Dorothy Milner Pease ’57 *Margo Dean Pinson ’55 Elisabeth Scott Porter ’60 John & Barbara Pretto (P’12) Evan & Clare Rashkoff (P’15) *Sandra Sheppard Rodgers ’55 *Elizabeth King Rodiger ’47 Sydney & Diane Rogers (P’12, ’15) *Gayle Nin Rosenkrantz ’49 *Martha Allen Ross ’57 *Mary Rockefeller Runestad ’68 Sara Russell ’84 Barbara A. Sabia (FR) *Anne Sammis ’59 *Emily Schabacker ’66 Anthony & Peggy Sciotto (P’88) Yvonne Perry Segerstrom ’44 *Patricia Franck Sheffield ’42 *Nan Fullerton Shupe ’45 Vincent & Eva Siefert (P’05, ’07, ’08) *Nicole Sieller ’00 *Catherine Baird Smith ’58 *Constance Smith ’37 *Lane Fryberger Smith ’54 *Sharon A. Smith (FR)

Mitchell & Deanna Smooke (P’14) *Nancy Schroeder Snyder ’55 *Mary Tremaine Soutendijk ’58 *Catherine Stewart ’76 Paul & Lorissa Summermatter (P’14) *Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Sutherland (GP’06, ’08) Edward Thompson (P ’80, GP’10, ’13) *Charlotte Goodwin Tieken ’69 *Cynthia Coggeshall Trask ’69 *Marla & Joseph Truini (P’09) Y.H. Tsai & Manling You (P’15) *Elizabeth Uhl ’78 *Sarita Van Vleck ’51 *Virginia Fox Wagenseller ’65 *Katherine Walker ’00 *Jane Hamilton Warriner ’55 Anne Marie Washburn ’41 (d) *Brooke Whiteley Weise ’99 Ruth Simonds West ’43 *Daphne Hersey Wetmore ’52 *Barbara Crowell Wheeler ’49 *Elizabeth Darling White ’57 *Ronalda Whitman ’50 Roberta Wingfield ’72 Catherine Witry ’94 *Miriam Kubiska Zahn ’89 Stephanie Stunzi Zuellig ’48 *Anonymous (2)

The Coagess Society

The Coagess Society honors donors from the Classes of 1996 through 2011 who made gifts of $100 or more to the Annual Fund. This year, members of the Coagess Society gave $42,792. * Katherine Aldrich ’00 Sara Arno ’10 *Greta Atchinson ’02 Meghan Beebe ’10 *Ellen Bird ’02 *Sarah Bronko ’03 Althea Brown ’07 *Megan Mann Burlington ’02

*Sara Chaudhri ’03 Coriana Close ’02 *Katherine Hamner Cooper ’00 *Christina Biello ’96 *Markey Culver ’04 Lindsay Cunningham ’10 Devon DeSimone ’11 Megan Liebow Dunlap ’00 Andria Elizer ’98 Izukanne Emeagwali ’01 Edith Emerson-Dorsch ’97 *Kathleen Farrell ’07 Claire Fetherstonhaugh ’05 *Elizabeth Foltz ’08 *Tatiana Fonseca ’07 Stephanie Girard ’98 *Karimah Gottschalck ’03 Emily Overholser Gruber ’03 *Anne-Nicole Hanus ’02 Alexandra Harper ’99 Molly Hubbard ’09 *Makenzi Hurtado ’02 *Lauren Siller King ’04 *Lisa Zheng Kirsch ’01 Natasha Klaiber ’01 *Caitlin Lampman ’00 Karen Lostritto ’02 Alecia Magnifico ’96 *Christine Mastrocola ’06 *Katrina Mergen-Adams ’96 *Courtney Mulligan ’06 *Shelby Mastroianni Neal ’00 *Margaret North ’06 Catherine Novak-Rainer ’98 Magdalena Nunez ’98 *Amma Osei ’01 Savita Ostendorf ’97 Annie Page ’11 *Rebecca Paolino ’01 Elizabeth Peterson ’11 *Elizabeth Pollina ’03 *Emily Pollina ’00 *Ann Priftis ’96 *Katie Marages Schank ’97 *Emily Pomeroy Schneider ’03 Felicity Sheehy ’10


*Morgan Siller ’07 *Karsten Solberg-Jamieson ’00 *Danielle Stewart ’03 *Janet Sykes ’08 *Maura Tansley ’00 *Helen Phillips Trementozzi ’97 *Victoria Viera ’00 *Katherine Walker ’00 *Nicole Sieller Warnek ’00 *Brooke Whiteley Weise ’99 *Amanda Bessette Werner ’02 *Anonymous

The Young Alumnae Society

The Young Alumnae Society, established last year in honor of Westover’s second century, recognizes the loyalty of members of the classes from 1996 to 2011 who make gifts up to $99. This year, members of the Young Alumnae Society gave $4,244. Shannon Acas ’06 *Marissa Famiglietti Apland ’00 Samantha Araujo ’11 *Melissa Arsenie ’06 Damali Asase ’11 *Melissa Ashton ’07 Rachel Basset ’08 Olivia Bates ’10 Meredith Beaton ’01 Amy Ferns Bechard ’99 *Allison Blancato ’02 Jessica Borchetta ’01 Lauren Borkowski ’07 Grace Buckles ’10 Abigail Calhoun ’05 Chelsea Carter ’11 *Pamela Cassidy ’05 Iris Castro ’05 Hannah Christensen ’05 Gladys Chua ’05 *Lindsay Clark ’02 *Rachel Clement ’00

“Westover planted within me the seeds of wisdom, strength, and compassion and, watered by every e-mail, text message, and phone call from my Westover friends, those seeds continue to grow and help me live my happiest life. At Westover, I was in the Dance Ensemble, played handbells, and was the head of Model UN. As with most things at Westover, participating in these activities was a chance for me and my friends to try new skills, to fail, to succeed, and, because we were all in it together, not to be afraid. As the years pass and I realize that I really did not have it all figured out at eighteen, the skills and lessons that I learned at Westover, and the support of my Westover friends, grow increasingly important to me. Every academic and professional opportunity in my life is a direct result of Westover’s academic program, but without the inner strength instilled at Westover and the encouragement of the friends whom I met there, I would not have the courage or support to take advantage of those opportunities. I give to the Westover Annual Fund not only for the benefit of the girls who are lucky enough to attend but also for the benefit of all those thousands of people whose lives have been touched by a Westover woman. The lessons that Westover teaches girls about change, friendship, community, and generosity are shared with everyone in our lives. By giving to the Annual Fund, I hope to promote a feeling of confidence, friendship, and generosity of spirit not only within the Westover community, but outside of it as well. As a young alumna, supporting Westover is one of the easiest and most tangible ways to practice generosity and to demonstrate our gratitude for everything that we’ve gained from Westover. As young alumnae, it becomes all too easy to look at giving to Westover as something that we will do when we are older and more financially stable and secure. But by even giving a small amount to Westover, we not only help the girls who follow us, we also say thank you to our parents and families who made sacrifices that allowed us to attend Westover; to our teachers and coaches, who taught us and instilled confidence in us; and to our friends, who were there for us when we were fourteen and who are still there for us. Giving to Westover is also a way to say thank you to ourselves for being open to learning and for having the strength and confidence just to be ourselves. By giving to the Annual Fund, I hope to ensure that the Westover experience is available for future generations of girls and that the Westover community remains strong. Being a part of a timeless community of shared experiences creates an almost mystical sense of support, but that community is also a very real network of women who mentor and guide one another in countless ways. I give to Westover to make sure that the network continues to grow larger and stronger every year. Katie Aldrich ’00 47


*Lauren Collins Cline ’96 *Abigail Collier ’03 Elizabeth Connett ’11 Margaret Cook ’05 *Sarah Cugini ’00 *Ashley Curtis ’06 *Ruth Amoh Curzan ’02 Bianca Czaderna ’07 Louisa de Heer ’01 *Mary DeStefano ’01 *Lisa DonDiego ’07 Rachel Douglas ’08 Jennifer Downes ’11 Emilie Dufour ’04 Heidi Bosek Dunavant ’96 *Amanda Durand ’04 Michele Gemino Egan ’97 Lisa Born Ellis ’97 Nkiruka Emeagwali ’96 Alana Fitts ’11 *Alexandra Fonseca ’08 Melissa Franqui ’97 *Elizabeth Froeber ’08 Aimee Gough ’02 *Hailey Griffin ’07 Sophia Gumbardo ’11 Sophia Guy-White ’06 *Jessica Haggerty ’03 *Katherine Hallaran ’02 Danielle Harrison ’08 Hannah Hartmann ’10 Victoria Haynes ’02 Katie Heffernan ’98 Lily Henderson ’02 Erin Herzeelle ’99 *Jessica Sieller Hines ’97 *Diamond Howell ’08 Chantal Hurtado ’05 Julia Isenberg ’03 Chelsea Jacques ’07 *Maura Coleman Janiszewski ’99 Mollie Jurewicz ’96 Alissa Ryan Kelley ’03 *Kristin Kelly ’07 *Mary Kelly ’02

Myriam Kelly ’11 Natalie Kessler ’11 *Elizabeth Kveton ’03 *Shanell Littlejohn Lavery ’02 Rona Lee ’06 *Jessica Lillian ’02 Laura Littmann ’07 *Nora Lovotti ’07 *Alanah Luger-Guillaume ’06 Laura McCormack ’98 Caitlin McDonold ’05 Kayla Meduna ’09 *Kelly Agnew Medvigy ’96 Alyssa Menegat ’01 Victoria Menegat ’07 Coleen Flaherty Merritt ’97 *Kendall Mulligan ’08 Claire Murphy ’10 *Melissa Nalband ’06 *Lisa Nelson ’01 *Amanda Newberg ’03 Lindsay Rhodes Newton ’04 Emily Noonan ’05 Katherine Norfleet ’11 Elizabeth Norment ’05 *Elizabeth North ’04 Aidan Novo ’11 *Megan O’Keefe ’06 *Colette Opsahl ’03 Sun Yu Park ’10 Cecile Pemberton ’97 Crystal Pemberton ’00 Jasmin Pemberton ’05 *Katie Perkins ’01 *Amy Pompea ’05 *Adelena Price ’06 *Jessica Rabinowitz ’02 Charlotte Radcliffe ’08 *Jasmine Rasberry ’07 Meredith Renda ’98 *Caitlin Reynolds ’02 *Rhiannon Rhodes ’00 Lauren Robinson ’03 Callee Roscoe ’11 Jacqueline Rowland ’00

*Gina Nelson Samson ’96 Elizabeth Scirica ’11 *Heather Sherwin ’99 *Alyssa Siefert ’05 Jacqueline Siefert ’07 Jillian Silver ’10 *Alyssa Smith ’06 *Jessica Smith ’05 D’Arcy Snodgrass ’08 Taylor Southworth ’02 Charlene Spence ’04 Elise Desjardins Stanford ’97 *Alyssa Stewart ’05 *Ameliaranne Sutton ’00 Elizabeth Feeney Sweeney ’01 *Sarah Schipul Swift ’00 Kimberly Thwaits ’10 Audrey Tiong ’06 *Elizabeth van Luling ’08 *Crystal Velez ’04 Katherine Wernick ’07 Amy Whitehead ’11 Jaime Winchenbach ’03 Morgan Winston ’10 *Sonja Wittek ’00 Martha Woods Yancey ’96 Milcah Zewdie ’10 Amanda Zheng ’05 *Anonymous

The Hillard Society, formed in 1992 by the Westover School Board of Trustees, honors those alumnae and friends who have confirmed a bequest provision for Westover or who have made estate plans with Westover School as a beneficiary in the form of a charitable remainder trust (including Westover’s Pooled Income Fund), lead trusts, gift annuities, or a life insurance policy. There were 92 Charter Members and now there are 288 members. Membership has been extended to those who have informed us of their plans or whose testamentary desires have been fulfilled.

F Friend GP Grandparent P Parent

Current Members of the Hillard Society

* Donor who has contributed to the Annual Fund or a special class fund for the past five consecutive years. Gifts to other funds are not reflected in this designation. (d) Deceased

New Members of the Hillard Society Alumnae

Helen Minton Farley ’44 Joan Dominick O’Brien ’56 Jane Jackson Trask ’58 Judith Swanson Redway ’59 Laurie Lisle ’61 Carole Hayes Williams ’62 Jennifer Martin ’66 Tanya Kazanjian ’71

Alumnae

Elizabeth Batcheller McCahill ’37 Nancy duPont Cooch ’37 Jane Cheever Lyman ’38 Dorothy Gannett West ’38 Hope Halsey Swasey ’38 Mary Hopkins Biddle ’38 Allison Garver Caesar ’39


Anna Ingersoll Roberts ’39 Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 Suzanne Perrin Kloman ’39 Alice Valle Knight ’39 Jean Van Sinderen Henry ’39 Fanny Curtis Luke ’41 Emily Detwiler Uhl ’41 Joan Dillon Hay Madeira ’41 Ann Huidekoper Brown ’41 Sonia Allen Spalding ’42 Adele Q. Ervin ’42 Elizabeth McMillan Ringer ’42 Elinor Tomlinson Virden ’42 Alison Barbour Fox ’43 Alison Kimball Bradford ’44 Edith McLane Edson ’44 Winifred Anthony Stearns ’45 Jessie Batcheller Cogswell ’45 Lucia Ewing ’45 Sally Howard Hollaman ’45 Dorothy Tremaine Hildt ’45 Margaret Evans Dennis ’46 Anne Newbold Godfrey ’46 Anne Northrop Ott ’47 Anita Packard Montgomery ’47 Susan Silliman Tracy Addiss ’47 Mary Wells Jencks ’47 Helen Angier Trumbull ’48 Mary Bush Clement Estabrook ’48 Joan Shiland Tilghman ’48 Sheila Grainger Edee ’49 Nancy Lee Ballenger ’49 Margaret Love Stevens ’49 Edwina Munson Doyle ’51 Sarita Van Vleck ’51 Ariane Yassukovich Wellin ’51 Elizabeth Allen Wheeler ’53 Patience Merritt Campbell ’53 Margery Scott Johnson ’53 Esther Spaulding ’53 Priscilla Cunningham ’54 Clara Hoover Hendin ’54 Diana Jewell Bingham ’54 Mary Maier Walker ’54 Gail McNealy Greene ’54

C. Sheila O’Connor Sevier ’55 Jane Rawlings Odenweller ’55 Deborah Schust Harding ’55 Susan Birge Isetorp ’56 Cynthia Fulenwider Denham ’56 Suzanne Jackson Cartier ’56 Jennifer Robbins Manocherian ’56 Lucille Rundin Evans ’56 Constance Seely-Brown Cliffe ’56 Gretchen Hill Kingsley ’57 Mary Merrill Hoffman ’57 Diana Strawbridge Wister ’57 Josephine Merrill Eastman ’58 Mary Tremaine Soutendijk ’58 Joan Johnson Stott ’59 Margo Stratford Russell ’59 Phebe Thorne ’59 Nina Truslow McKee ’59 Cynthia Burdick Patterson ’60 Deirdre Healy Henderson ’60 Jennifer Jones ’60 Margaret Perry Diack-Wilson ’60 Sarah Rawlings Skidmore ’60 Joan Atwood Kunzelmann ’61 Abigail Mason Browne ’61 Katrina Rauch Wagner ’61 Ann Skelly ’61 Jannie Whitcraft Mills ’61 Ann Dugdale Wick ’62 Suzanne Dyer Wise ’62 Morgan Henning Stebbins ’62 Susanne Roberts ’62 Louise Bailey Connor ’63 Elizabeth Barstow ’63 Margaret Butler Miles ’63 Mary Hayward Griffith ’63 Adelaide MacMurray-Cooper ’63 Lesley Bissell Hoopes ’64 Harmony Clement Spongberg ’64 Margaret Peet Anderson ’64 Anne Wigglesworth Walker ’64 Charlotte B. Beyer ’65 Leslie Bryant Hume ’65 Louise Clark Hood ’65 Margaret Clement Green ’65

Edith Glassmeyer Heilman ’65 Cynthia Choate Bjorlie ’66 Katharine Tarbox McLeod ’66 Linda Armour Kelly ’67 Madeleine Pagon Brownell ’67 Abigail Congdon ’68 Cynthia Gould ’68 Elizabeth Taylor Greer ’68 Francie Starr Rodums ’69 Antoinette Walker Hamner ’69 Starr White Snead ’69 Marjorie Bradford Stanford ’70 Pamela Gordon duPont ’70 Heather Allen ’71 Susan Clark ’71 Nancy Reighley Cavanaugh ’71 Karla Lawrence Keating ’72 Marina Kelley ’73 Holly Kennedy Passantino ’74 Marcia Neidley Lynch ’74 Jessie Cogswell Tichko ’75 Christine McIntosh Coffin ’75 Marianne Barbino Dubuque ’76 Elizabeth Lubrano Dwyer ’76 Cassandra White Sweeney ’76 & Thomas Sweeney (P’12) Mary M. Duncan ’77 & Nick Gutfreund Carla Skinner Malstrom ’78 Karen Hall ’79 Benedicte Jones Hallowell ’85 Alicia Beach ’87 Anonymous (2)

Parents and Friends

Robert & Marlene Blalock (P’89) Milton & Josephine Bristol (P’87) Kathleen Fletcher (FR) Stephen Gurney (FR) Parker & Sally Handy (P’70, ’72, ’73, ’75, ’81) Diana L. Hanford (FR) Robert & Mary Cay Hill (P’78) Sharon K. Holladay (FR) Thomas & Tilde Hungerford (P’00, ’01) Frank P. L. Minard (P’87)

Janet Tanner Poskas (FR) Caroline Spang (P’82) Paul Sutherland (FR) Anonymous (3)

Deceased Members of the Hillard Society Alumnae

Margaret MacLaren 1910 Elizabeth Williams 1911 Elizabeth Raftery Crawford 1912 Muriel Tuttle Eden 1912 Margaret Myers Cumming ’13 Frances Williams ’13 Helen Demarest Bilhuber ’14 Carolyn Jamison Lynch ’14 Adelaide Brown Viall ’15 Elizabeth Clark Taft ’15 Evelyn Dodge ’16 Judith Crawford ’17 Edith Cummings Munson ’17 Hope Kingsley ’17 Margaret Bush Clement ’18 Martha Lambert Bulkley ’18 Courtney Letts Adams ’18 C. Rachel Trowbridge ’18 Helen Church Minton ’19 Helen Dodge ’19 Margaret McClintic Love ’19 Mary Proctor Case ’19 Martha Byrnes Wells ’20 Maud Hill Schroll ’22 Martha Hollister Burdett ’22 M. Elizabeth Read Taylor ’22 Frances Thorne Horne ’22 Birch Warner Hincks ’22 Isabell Woodruff ’22 Estelle Manville Ekstrand ’23 Helen Corlett Hubbell ’24 Mary Heffelfinger Morrison ’24 Elaine McAlpin Tate ’24 Fredrika Steif Tench ’24 Harriet Hayward Sanders ’25 Virginia Hutchinson Gray ’25

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Elizabeth White ’25 Mary Blair Goodbody ’26 Margaret Creighton Williams ’27 Geraldine Lee Hess ’28 Cora Rust Owen ’28 Mary Lamb Thompson ’29 Harriet Simonds Carr ’29 Elizabeth Warner Allen ’29 Mary Spencer Fuller Russell ’30 Mary Morris ’30 Katherine Neuhaus Wilmerding ’30 Katherine Prescott ’30 Elizabeth Wells Fox ’30 Ann Cluett Burroughs ’31 Margaret Kennedy Funston ’31 Marian McComb Hayward ’31 Elizabeth Wilder Rundin ’31 Elizabeth Briggs Merry ’32 Maud Gillette MacDonald ’33 Adeline Simonds Congdon ’33 Alice Clement ’34 Barbara Cushing Paley ’34 Louise Mead Resor ’34 Dorothy Soule Milner ’34 Mary Stine Wilcox ’34 Louise Wylie Delacour ’34 Elizabeth Bristol Bell ’35 Patricia Kelly Healy ’35 Miriam Little Kenly ’35 Nancy May Field ’35 Patricia Parker Gadsden ’36 Alison Peake Henning ’36 Jean Richmond Stone ’36 Berrell Evans Street ’38 Marie McKee Correll ’38 Elizabeth Harnischfeger Ogden ’39 Helen Hatch Warner ’39 Marcia Hobart Howell ’39 Merriam Packard Sargent ’39 Elizabeth Perry Gleason ’39 Anne Winter Wetmore ’39 Elysabeth Barbour Higgins ’40 Cornelia Dodge Fraley ’40 Sara Struthers Frothingham ’40 Florence Anderson Gibson ’41

Patricia Castles Acheson ’42 Caroline English Stancliff ’42 Cynthia Kimball Hoagland ’42 Phyllis Scott Eliot ’42 Virginia Stanton Duncan ’42 Barbara Stine Cruice ’42 Emily Bannard Thomson ’43 Esther Dodge Vetterlein ’43 Rosemary Ford Gault ’43 Mary Crocker Hogg ’43 Sarah Bell Bullard ’44 Virginia Anthony Soule ’45 Barbara Benjamin Dorrance ’45 Melisande Congdon-Doyle ’45 Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45 Joan Schullinger Seabrook ’45 Susie Skidmore Coxe ’45 Kathryn Cosgrove Netto ’46 Katharine Nicholson Coleman ’46 Martha Sherwin Stewart ’46 Candace Benjamin Owen ’47 Anne Holmes White ’47 Calista Lincoln Harder ’47 Marim Pew Hamilton ’47 Gloria Prudden Lange ’47 Phoebe Taylor Biddle ’47 Hetty Euwer Knox ’49 Katharine Baehr Meyer ’55 Sandra Sheppard Rodgers ’55 Mary Townsend Hamill ’59 Mary Wise Wight ’60 Elise Sweet Wylde ’61 Mary Tate ’64 Dale Simonds Wells ’68 Elizabeth Keyser Evans ’73

Parents and Friends

Hugh T. Adams (FR) Margaret C. Bannerman (P’51) Wallace Moore Bartlett (FR) Theodore J. Bostroem (FR) Allan J. Clark (FR) Norman P. Clement Jr. (FR) Robert Ensign Darling (FR) Russell Duncan (FR)

Henry W. Estabrook (FR) Keith Funston (P’60, ’64) Catharine Montgomery Hunt (FR) Sarah E. Ingram (FR) Alice Baker Kean (FR) George C. Lyon (P’86) Archibald R. Montgomery (P’74, ’76) Joseph Morrill, Jr. (FR) Julia C. Morrill (FR) Elizabeth M. Newton (FR) Mrs. Beaumont Packard (P’39, ’41, ’46, ’49)

The Cogitare, Agere, Esse Society In 1994 Westover’s Board of Trustees established this Society to recognize those alumnae and friends who have been exceptionally generous to Westover. It honors those individuals whose cumulative gifts to Westover have exceeded $250,000 and whose support has helped to ensure that Westover continues to provide a firstrate education to young women. The newest members of the Cogitare, Agere, Esse Society are: Clara Hoover Hendin ’54 Katherine Dixon Thomson ’72

They join the other members of the Cogitare, Agere, Esse Society: Patricia Castles Acheson ’42 (d) Hugh T. Adams (FR) (d) Marianna Johnson Baker ’62 Benjamin & Nancy Belcher (P’55, ’60, ’69) (d) Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 Martha Lambert Bulkley ’18 (d) Rosamond Seidel Clark ’37

Faith Emeny Conger ’50 Priscilla Cunningham ’54 Suzanne Searle Dixon ’49 Estelle Manville Ekstrand ’23 (d) Charlotte Beyer Fiveson ’65 The Edward E. Ford Foundation Alison Barbour Fox ’43 Heywood & Elizabeth Wells Fox ’30 (d) M. Elizabeth Kennedy Funston ’31 (d) Frederick & Mary McCreath Godley ’38 Margaret Clement Green ’65 Antoinette Walker Hamner ’69 Sarah Mead Hands ’44 (d) Patricia Kelly Healy ’35 (d) Jean Van Sinderen Henry ’39 Dorothy Tremaine Hildt ’45 Marcia Hobart Howell ’39 (d) Helen Corlett Hubbell ’24 (d) Leslie Bryant Hume ’65 Kevin & G. Barrie Hogan Landry ’62 Fanny Curtis Luke ’41 Joan Dillon Hay Madeira ’41 Hubert T. Mandeville (P’69) (d) The Martin and Brown Foundation Betsy Shirley Michel ’59 Caroline Watson Morong ’72 Edith Cummings Munson ’17 (d) Candace Benjamin Owen ’47 (d) Louisa Jones Palmer ’54 Cynthia Burdick Patterson ’60 C. Lawson & Dorothy Whittaker Reed ’41 (d) Jay & Nancy Pratt Rhoads ’44 Sandra Sheppard Rodgers ’55 (d) Mary Spencer Fuller Russell ’30 (d) Marion Scott Searle ’73 Dorrance & Marjorie McComb Sexton ’29 (d) Margaret Love Stevens ’49 Mary Tate ’64 (d) C. Rachel Trowbridge ’18 (d) Helen Angier Trumbull ’48 Edith Ingalls Vignos ’41 (d) Harry Webster Walker II & Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45 (d)


Louise McKelvy Walker ’32 (d) Williard T. & Mary Maier Walker ’54 Sara Belcher Wardell ’60 Diana Strawbridge Wister ’57 The Woodruff Family The David, Helen & Marian Woodward Foundation Anonymous (1)

The School has made every effort to be accurate and all-inclusive in the names listed, while respecting anonymity when requested. Please accept our apologies for any unintended errors or omissions. If you have made estate plans with Westover as a beneficiary and you would like to be included in The Hillard Society, please call Paul K. Sutherland, Director of Planned Giving, at 203.577.4590.

Gifts In Honor

Gifts in Memory

The following gifts to the School were received in honor of the individuals listed below in boldface type. Unless otherwise designated, the gifts were added to Westover’s Annual Fund.

The following gifts to the School were received in memory of the individuals listed below in boldface type. Unless otherwise designated, the gifts were added to Westover’s Annual Fund.

Emeline Carlise ’12

Mr. & Mrs. W. Murray Buttner (GP’12, ’13) through the Fidelity Foundation

Susan R. Clark ’71

Dudley & Shanley to the Susan Clark ’71 WISE Endowment Fund

Jean Adams Blake ’42 Catherine C. Blake (FR)

Maureen Donoghue Carlson ’62 & Patricia Coggeshall Dominick ’62 Margreta Kroll Ames ’62

Elizabeth Elser Doolittle (FR)

Terry & Alice Hallaran (P’02)

The Elizabeth Elser Doolittle Charitable Trusts to Unrestricted Endowment

Elizabeth Treman Lancaster ’23 (d) & Mary Wainwright Lelewer ’50

Nancy May Field ’35

Elizabeth T. Toll (FR)

Jane Lancaster ’48

Betty Blair Mauk ’37 (d) Catherine Mauk Mather ’64

Louisa Jones Palmer ’54 Rowena Summers Fenstermacher ’76

Marla Truini (P’09) Kathleen Farrell ’07

Alison N. Wardrop ’63 Constance W. Combes (FR)

Sharon Holladay (FR)

Elizabeth Perry Gleason ’39 Leslie G. Smith (FR)

Elizabeth Coleman Mooney ’44 Richard E. Mooney (FR)

Griselda Jackson Ohannessian ’45

Germain Graves ’67

Sarah Alexander Patterson Summers ’02 Megan Mann Burlington ’02 Russell DeLuca (FR) Taylor Southworth ’02 Lane Newton Summers ’93

Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45 John H. Flagg (FR) Sharon Holladay (FR) Suzanne Chapman Hutchins ’56 Lawrence M. Johnson (FR) The William W. & Pamela C. Lane Foundation Hilary Bibb Porado ’80 Ann Whitfield Roberts ’53 Susan Berger Sheridan ’55

Anne Marie Washburn ’41 Nancy Snow Leeson ’41 (d)

Elysabeth Barbour Higgins ’40

Higgins Family Foundation

Trisha Hoffman ’86

Cavarly Berwick Garrett ’86

Elizabeth Greene Kroll ’37 & Karen Kroll Ural ’60 Margreta Kroll Ames ’62

Sheila Curnen Lennon ’61 Cynthia Hiss Grace ’61 Abigail Mason Browne ’61

Stefanya Maiorino (GP’00, ’03) Louis F. Maiorino (FR)

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Annual Report 2012 General Endowment 2011-2012

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Summary of Endowment Gifts Gifts to Endowment Unrestricted Endowment

$2,415,849

Restricted Endowment

$2,441,876

Total Gifts Received

$4,857,725

Operating budget (FY 2012): $10.3 million Amount of operating budget funded by endowment (fiscal year 2012): $2.2 million

Endowment value as of June 30, 2012:

$47,441,697

The asset allocation of the portfolio as of June 30, 2012:

Portfolio performance (average annual returns)

Equity Absolute Return Credit Composite Illiquid Composite Cash

• For the one-year period ending June 30, 2012:

-1.1%

• For three-year period ending June 30, 2012:

10.5%

• For the five-year period ending June 30, 2012:

2.0%

$ 23,053,665 $ 7,215,616 $ 14,093,368 $ 1,792,597 $ 1,286,451

48.6% 15.2% 29.7% 3.7% 2.8%

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Westover’s Named Endowment Funds Westover is pleased to announce the establishment of three new Endowed funds representing $3.5 Million in gift amounts: • The Westover Endowed Chair in Honor of Music and the Human Spirit, which will support our music program. This gift was made by an anonymous alumna donor. • The Walker Family Westover Campus Stewardship Fund, which will support the the School’s buildings and grounds. This gift was made by the late Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45. • The Mary McCreath Godley ’38 Faculty Support Endowment Fund, which will provide ongoing support for our faculty. This gift was made by Fred and Mary McCreath Godley ’38. Unrestricted Funds Mollie Pratt Barringer ’38 Fund Phoebe Taylor Biddle Fund Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 Fund Martha Lambert Bulkley ’18 Fund Alison Ward Burdick ’31 Fund Challenge Fund Rosamond Seidel Clark ’37 Fund Margaret Bush Clement ’18 Fund Priscilla Cunningham ’54 Fund in Honor of the Class of 1954 Mary Frances Stackpole Detweiler ’40 Fund Heywood Fox Fund Pauline Savage Furness ’21 Fund Beverly Heminway Fund Margaret Velie Kinney ’54 Fund Isabel Rockefeller Lincoln ’20 Memorial Fund Isabel Rockefeller Lincoln ’20 Fund Fanny Curtis Luke ’41 Fund Hilary Hoover Luther ’50 Fund

Mahoney Family Fund Dorothy Soule Milner ’34 Fund Caroline Watson Morong ’72 Fund Flora Jackson Ramsey ’45 Fund C. Lawson Reed Fund Dorothy Whittaker Reed ’41 Fund Nancy Pratt Rhoads ’44 Fund Sandra Sheppard Rodgers ’55 Fund Mary Spencer Fuller Russell ’30 Fund Marion Scott Searle ‘73 Fund Frances Wick Sherwin ’20 Fund Berrell Evans Street ’38 Fund Katherine Dixon Thomson ’72 Fund Helen Angier Trumbull ’48 Fund Harry and Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45 Fund Westover Alumnae Association Fund J. Howard Whittemore Fund Woodruff Family Fund

Funds in Support of Financial Aid Patricia Castles Acheson ’42 Fund Mary Trumbull Adams Memorial Fund Angier Athletic Fund Angier Scholarship Fund Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 Fund Class of 1939 Scholarship Fund Class of 1941 Scholarship Fund Class of 1942 Scholarship Fund Class of 1943 Scholarship Fund Class of 1944 Scholarship Fund Class of 1946 Scholarship Fund Class of 1947 Scholarship Fund Class of 1948 Scholarship Fund Class of 1949 Scholarship Fund Class of 1950 Scholarship Fund Class of 1951 Scholarship Fund Class of 1952 Scholarship Fund Barbara Rebmann Coates ’42 Fund Nancy Ann Belcher Davis ’55 Fund Suzanne Searle Dixon ’49 Fund Doolittle-Markham Scholarship Fund Elizabeth Keyser Evans ’73 Fund Elizabeth Kennedy Funston ’31 Fund Nancy Gile Gehlke ’68 Fund

Mildred M. Gettis Memorial Scholarship Fund in Honor of Roslyn Morrison Class of 1990 Mary Godley Faculty Support Endowment Fund Mary Townsend Hamill ’59 Fund Sally Mills Harball ’47 Fund Florence Marvin Hatch ’15 Fund Mary Starr Griscom Holmes ’19 Fund Marcia Hobart Howell ’39 Fund Marguerite Scott Kennedy Fund Maine Scholarship Fund Mandeville Scholarship Fund H. Edward Manville Scholarship Fund Manville Scholarship Nancy Cook McAlpin ’35 Fund Joseph C. and Lillia H. Molder Fund Joseph L. and Elizabeth M. Molder Fund Mary Heffelfinger Morrison ’24 Fund Nicholson Scholarship Fund Katharine Thomas Nyce ’26 Fund Elizabeth Owens ’92 Memorial Fund Barbara Cushing Paley ’34 Fund Holly Kennedy Passantino ‘74 Fund Carol Dodson Pendergrass ’56 Fund Lucy B. Pratt Scholarship Fund Mary M. Tate ’64 Fund DeWitt Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fund Dorrance Sexton-Louise McKelvy Walker ’32 Scholarship Fund Sara Belcher Wardell ’60 Scholarship Fund Margaret Creighton Williams Fund David, Helen and Marion Woodward Fund Alden M. Young Scholarship Fund

Funds in Support of Faculty Patricia Castles Acheson ’42 Fund Mary Trumbull Adams Westover School Fund William Warren Barbour Fund Benjamin M. Belcher Fund Class of 1987 Senior Parent Fund Class of 1988 Senior Parent Fund Class of 2001 Fund for Technology Personnel Edward E. Ford Foundation Salary Fund (1989) Edward E. Ford Summer Sabbatical Fund


Edward E. Ford Senior Course/Study Grant Fund Edward E. Ford Match – Class of 1953 Edward E. Ford Challenge – Parents of 2003 Edward E. Ford Challenge –Other The Mary McCreath Godley ’38 Faculty Support Fund Marim Pew Hamilton’47 Fund Sarah Mead Hands ’44 Fund Patricia Kelly Healy ’35 Fund Louise Harkness Ingalls ’17 Chair Martin Faculty Salary Fund Martin Sabbatical Fund Cynthia Burdick Patterson ’60 Fund Marion Scott Searle ’73 Chair Margaret Love Stevens ’49 Fund Mary Maier Walker ’54 Fund

“Why do I support Westover? Duty, loyalty Reid Handy Beyer ’37 Art Fund Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 and pride … Duty: I New Girl Orientation Program Virginia Dixon Buhse ’28 and was fortunate enough to Ethel Dixon Fletcher ’32 Book Fund Chair in Honor of Music and the Human Spirit attend Westover, but only Chapel Fund through the generosity of Emily Christopher ’90 Memorial Fund others who supported the Susan Clark ’71 WISE Endowment Fund Virginia Stanton Duncan ’42 Fund for Music school. When I graduated, Muffy White Dwyer Memorial Fund Nancy May Field ’35 Fund , Fund for Technology my parents (especially Heminway Fund for Arts my mother!) taught me the importance Rose Chatfield-Taylor MacMurray Poetry Fund Fund for Math and Technology of giving back as a way of expressing McChesney Music Fund, Prizes Fund thanks to those who had helped me and Fund in Honor of Joachim Schumacher The Tabitha Fund to continue the cycle. Loyalty: While I Tremaine Fund for Art History Alethea Kunhardt Walker ’45 Fund give out of duty, I also give because of the Louise McKelvy Walker ’32 Fund unparalleled experience, both in and out Wigglesworth Fund for Current Events Dorothy White Woodbridge ’25 Music Fund of the classroom, that I had at Westover; it was a pivotal time in my life and I am Funds in Support of Campus Stewardship forever grateful to the school for all that it Class of 1940 Archives Fund Mary McCreath Godley ’38 Senior Garden Fund did for me. Finally, pride. Over the years, Mandeville Maintenance Fund I have had the good fortune to meet many Walker Family Westover Campus Stewardship Fund members of Westover’s family, young and old, near and far – an impressive and inspiring group who exemplify the motto ‘To Think, To Do, To Be’ in their lives, their communities, indeed the world. I consider it a privilege to stand among them!” Funds in Support of Special Programs

Cassandra “Candy” White Sweeney ’76, Westover Board of Trustees

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Gifts to Endowment Planned Gifts Bequests Hugh T. Adams (FR) (d) Nancy May Field ’35 (d)

For Unrestricted Purposes Eleanor Acheson ’65 William Adamson (FR) Lucie Taft Bard ’42 Georgina Miller Bissell ’39 Margaret W. Casey (FR) Frederic & Terri Clark (P’11) Christine McIntosh Coffin ’75 Lucie Hill Collins ’55 Suzanne Searle Dixon ’49 Caroline Campbell Edwards ’66 T. Truxtun & Durbin Emerson (P’97) Rowena Summers Fenstermacher ’76 Alison Barbour Fox ’43 Elisabeth Smith Golden ’65 Jane Rovensky Grace ’35 Margaret Clement Green ’65 Edith Glassmeyer Heilman ’65 Jean Van Sinderen Henry ’39 Alison Hoagland ’69 Leslie Bryant Hume ’65 Catharine M. Hunt (FR) (d) Tanya Kazanjian ’71 G. Barrie Hogan Landry ’62 Adelaide MacMurray-Cooper ’63 John & Joy Magiera (P’97) Martha Bacon Martin ’65 & David B. Martin (FR) Nelson & Elizabeth Mead (P’13) Caroline Watson Morong ’72 Elizabeth Markham Nicholson ’63 Louisa Jones Palmer ’54 Karen Kjorlien Phillips ’71

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Ann & Ben Pollina (P’00, ’03) Marion Scott Searle ’73 Mary Tremaine Soutendijk ’58 Deirdre Sullivan ’76 Cassandra White Sweeney ’76 & Thomas Sweeney (P’12) Katherine Dixon Thomson ’72 Mary Maier Walker ’54 Sara Belcher Wardell ’60 Westwood Holdings Group, Inc. Benjamin J. Williams (FR) Francene Young ’71

For Financial Aid Maria Randall Allen ’42 Jeannette Brown (P’75, ’77) Margaret W. Casey (FR) Alison Barbour Fox ’43 Elizabeth Markham Nicholson ’63 Kate Green Pichard ’82 Barbara B. Roberts (FR) Helen Angier Trumbull ’48

For Faculty Support Hugh T. Adams (FR) (d) Louise Bailey Connor ’63 Mary M. Duncan ’77 & Nick Gutfreund Mary McCreath Godley ’38 Sarah Mead Hands ’44 (d) Elizabeth Markham Nicholson ’63 Nancy Johnson Weaver ’63

For Programs Susan Clark ’71 Leslie Bryant Hume ’65 Marie Louise Walbridge McChesney ’37 Margaret Love Stevens ’49 Diana Strawbridge Wister ’57 Henry S. Woodbridge (FR) Anonymous (1)

The Class of 2012


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2011-2012 Board of Trustees Officers Louisa Jones Palmer ’54 President Sara Belcher Wardell ’60 Vice President Margaret Clement Green ’65 Vice President Karen Kjorlien Phillips ’71 Vice President Holly Kennedy Passantino ’74 Secretary John Magiera (P’97) Treasurer Ann S. Pollina (P’00, ’03) ex officio, Head of School

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Board Members Eleanor Acheson ’65 Frederic M. Clark (P’11) Christine McIntosh Coffin ’75 Stephen Clark (P’12) ex officio,Co-President, Parents Council Mary M. Duncan ’77 Elisabeth Smith Golden ’65 Antoinette Walker Hamner ’69 (P’00) Edith Glassmeyer Heilman ’65 Laura Wallace Houghton ’89 Dr. Jeffrey Jay (P’10) Matthew M. Meehan (P’11) Katrina Rauch Wagner ’61 ex officio, President, Board of Governors Blair D. Stambaugh Cassandra White Sweeney ’76 (P’12) Mary Maier Walker ’54 (P’85) Nancy Johnson Weaver ’63 Francene Young ’71


Life Trustees Anita Packard Montgomery ’47 (P’74, ’76) Helen Angier Trumbull ’48 (P’68, ’73, GP’97) Headmaster Emeritus Joseph L. Molder (P’80)

2011-2012 Alumnae Association Board of Governors Officers Ann Clark Priftis ’96 President Leigh Vaule Steele ’87 Vice President Joan Gerster ’72 Secretary Elizabeth Uhl ’78 Treasurer Priscilla Perry Morris ’59 (P’86) Governance Chair Maura Tansley ’00 Annual Fund Chair Abby Mason Browne ’61 Member-at-Large Board Members Sarah Bronko ’03 Coila Worley Campbell ’78 (P’10) Stacie Cass ’95 Christine Muldowney Dahl ’82 (P’14) Izukanne Emeagwali ’01 Karimah Gottschalck ’03 Hilary Carpenter Lynch ’85

Kiki Tauck Mahar ’87 Pia Guido Murphy ’91 Amma Osei ’01 Cathy Stewart ’76 Betsy Darling White ’57

Marketing & Communications Office Publications Staff

Life Governors Maria Randall Allen ’42 (P’71) Susan Silliman Tracy Addiss ’47

Richard J. Beebe (P’10) Staff Writer & Editor

Alumnae & Development Office Barbara A. Sabia Director of Development Lauren Fikslin Castagnola Director of Annual Fund & Constituent Outreach Bart Geissinger Director of Major Gifts & Campaign Coordinator Eileen McCormack Director of Development Operations & Services Nancy Aordkian Pelaez ’86 Director of Alumnae Relations Paul Sutherland Director of Planned Giving Lindsey Spinella Gifts Coordinator Clare Tallon (P’14) Administrative Assistant Tami Bettcher Walker ’76 Director of Donor Relations

Kristin Martinkovic White ’91 Director of Marketing & Communications

This Annual Report is a publication of the Marketing & Communications Office in conjunction with the Alumnae & Development Office. Annual Report Design & Layout Mia Ferrara Pelosi ’95 miapelosi.com Westover School 1237 Whittemore Road Middlebury, CT 06762-0847 Please direct comments, corrections, and suggestions to Barbara Sabia, Director of Development. bsabia@westoverschool.org 203.577.4646 Westover School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, or national or ethnic origin in administrations of its admissions, financial assistance, educational or other school policies. Every Westover student is admitted to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School.

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Stock Transfer Information Stock Transfers should be forwarded to: BMO Harris Bank, N.A. DTC #992 F/C: 71-1495-05-1 N/O Westover School Inc.

Gifts of physical stock certificates should be mailed directly to our account administrator’s attention at: BMO Not-for-Profit Services Attn: Ryan Grall 111 East Kilbourn Ave., Suite 200 Milwaukee, WI 53202

Gifts made by wire transfer should be forwarded to: BMO Harris Bank, NA 111 West Monroe Chicago, IL 60603 ABA 071000288 DDA Account #27006 N/O General Trust Fund F/C: 71-1495-051 N/O WESTOVER SCHOOL, INC Attention: Ryan Grall, 414-287-8489 60


There are Many Ways to Give to Westover! If you think making a substantial gift to Westover is beyond your reach, please take the time to read about some creative ways to give to Westover. You may be surprised!

Gifts of Cash

Please make your checks payable to Westover School and send them directly to the Development Office. You may also make credit card gifts on our secure on-line giving site at westoverschool.org/giving, or by phone or mail.

Matching Gifts

Many employers and companies will match gifts made by an employee or a spouse. Inquire with your employer today!

Securities

Securities are stocks and bonds. Direct gifts of appreciated securities offer one huge advantage to you as a donor – you get an income tax deduction for the full market value of the security when you give it to Westover, regardless of your cost basis. You do not have to pay capital gains taxes on the appreciated value of the security, as you would were you to sell the security and then give the proceeds to Westover, or use them for any other purpose.

Bequests

A bequest to Westover is a statement in your will that you wish to leave something to Westover, usually described as an amount, a specific asset or percentage of your estate. A bequest is something everyone who wishes to support Westover can do, with no current cost and at a level of their own choosing. Though simple, bequests are powerful giving tools.

Charitable Gift Annuities

A charitable gift annuity is a contract between you and Westover. In exchange for a gift of $10,000 or more, Westover agrees to pay you, and/or other beneficiaries you choose, a fixed amount every quarter for life. Payments are guaranteed and amounts are fixed. There can be no more than two beneficiaries, usually the donor and her spouse.

Life Insurance

Many people have life insurance policies – either fully paid for or not – that are less important to them than they once were. To make a gift of an existing policy, you must change the owner and beneficiary of the policy to Westover. When you do, you immediately qualify for an income tax deduction for the policy’s cost basis or cash surrender value, whichever is less.

For more information on any of these gift opportunities, please call Paul Sutherland, Director of Planned Giving at 203.577.4590 or email, psutherland@westoverschool.org Some BEQUEST INTENTIONS by living alumnae COUNT towards Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover! In order to expand opportunities for more Westover alumnae participation in our current Campaign, in October 2011 the Board of Trustees amended the existing Inspiring Women: Campaign for Westover counting policy to include some bequest intentions by living alumnae. Accordingly, if you are 80 years old or more, OR you will reach your 80th birthday on or before December 31, 2014, the full face value of any bequest you make to Westover (that is verified in writing) will count towards your gift to Westover’s Campaign! Also, if you have your 50th or 55th reunion between now and 2014 the full face value of any verified bequest you make during your reunion year will count towards your gift to Westover’s Campaign.


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